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Career Crunch: Striking it rich in your 30s, the brutal life of a junior investment banker

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If you’ve missed the top stories on eFinancialCareers over the last seven days, take a moment over your weekend to acquaint yourself with advice and news that could benefit your finance career.

How to leave banking in your 30s, and still make good money

Are investment banking jobs going out of fashion? It’s still possible to leave the industry with money in your pocket and the chance to strike it rich.

A brutally honest look at the life of a young investment banker

Some people are born to fail as junior bankers, only those willing to sacrifice life outside of work will succeed.

Morgan Stanley’s guide to the best jobs in banking in 2014 and beyond

Morgan Stanley has released another huge report into where you should, and should not, be working in investment banking.

The three Wall Street jobs offering the biggest pay raises in the back, middle and front office

The hottest jobs on Wall Street, by business area.

5 reasons why you should switch your career in finance to asset management, immediately

Asset management is the place to be, according to senior bankers, get ahead of the curve and make the switch to the buy-side.

Deutsche’s ‘super start-up’ hedge fund bolsters pay and headcount

The hedge fund spun out of Deutsche Bank’s convertible bond team has had a rather good year.

Finance recruiters reveal the most miraculous career changes in Asia Pacific

Where is it still possible to avoid the offshoring move away from Singapore?

How to ace an internship at Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs’ VP of campus recruiting tells us what it takes to succeed during a summer at the bank.

Investment banks cut graduate recruitment, receiving fewer applications

Investment banks are losing popularity among students (slightly), job numbers are down but pay is consistent.

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