Career Crunch: Where the big investment banks are hiring, avoiding hackneyed CV phrases
It's the CFA exams this weekend, so check out our series of advice articles if you want some last-minute prep. Elsewhere, you may want to know where the large investment banks are focusing their recruitment activity, and how to avoid using hackneyed phrases on your resume.
Where are the big investment banks hiring currently? Clue: it’s actually not compliance.
For the last-minute crammers – some of the most difficult questions you’ll encounter in the CFA with some short-cuts from specialists.
Operations roles are not known for paying big salaries, but some roles still make it to six-figures.
Most people know not to describe themselves as an “innovative team-player”, but other phrases specific to your business area could inadvertently impact your job application.
Barclays’ U.S. bankers are pumped about the new strategy. Probably because their jobs are safe.
Boutiques are good places to work, if you can get over these hurdles.
Don’t waste your summer holidays – spend it reading books that will impress your boss.
Chinese banks are struggling for M&A talent, and the Big Four accounting firms are a fertile hunting ground.
Another indication that a bad year in a hedge fund doesn’t always mean job cuts.
Investment banking is a great place to start if you later want to flog expensive things to former colleagues.