When should you accept a counteroffer? Never, says this veteran banker.
The exit interview aspect of the quitting process is often overlooked. Too many use it as an opportunity to air their personal grievances.
We asked several former investment bankers when they could tell that the writing was on the wall– when they knew they’d be leaving the industry.
You're a banking workaholic? Watch out for the negative family feedback loop. Especially if you're a woman.
A new job may not be the answer. Don't make an exit when you don't need to.
You're a vice president (VP) in an investment bank and you're not getting promoted. What's going wrong?
Are you quietly atrophying? Next time you apply for a job, will you be universally rejected? These are the signs.
Junior bankers are falling into this trap at the start of their careers. It could leave them out of work when markets turn.
What should you do now if you want to be thankful for your career in middle-age?
It's the end of the year and your finance job is under threat. What do you do next?