☰ Menu eFinancialCareers

Career Crunch: Sage advice from veteran bankers, how to weed out bad recruiters

Here's how

Missed out on all the news and career advice on eFinancialCareers over the past seven days? Take a moment to catch up.

Invaluable advice for bankers in their 30s, from bankers in their 40s

Some of the most honest advice for making sure your career goes in the direction comes from those who have been through the experience and wish they’d done it differently.

Five questions you should always ask recruiters

Methods for weeding out bad recruiters, poor career moves and jobs that could come back to bite.

Another top fixed income trader quits Deutsche ahead of coming firestorm

As Deutsche prepares to swing the axe in its fixed income department, it’s already losing key personnel.

Eight golden rules of networking to help your career over the next decade

The rules of networking are evolving and, perhaps surprisingly, this doesn’t mean getting to grips with social media.

Nine ways to snare a job in Singapore’s three expanding local banks

The renewed swagger of Singaporean banks has made them a viable career option again, here’s how to break in.

The worst tricks that candidates have played on recruiters

In the good old days, bankers would put recruiters on speaker phone to play their pitch to the team. Now, the tables have turned.

Why you want to join Jefferies’ expanding equities business. Or not

Jefferies is building out its equities division. There are some compelling reasons for joining…and staying away.

Seven areas where you should want to work in the Middle East financial sector now

From a career, desirability or pay perspective, here are the sectors to target in the Gulf currently.

Here’s how much you can earn after two years in high frequency trading

Two years in, it’s possible to earn hundreds of thousands of dollars in the sector now the subject of media glare thanks to Michael Lewis.

The bizarre Asian banking role where banks want to hire but candidates don’t want to move jobs

Banks are offering 20% pay rises, but candidates are still staying put.

Comments (0)

Comments

The comment is under moderation. It will appear shortly.

React

Screen Name

Email

Consult our community guidelines here