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How to avoid rejection at Goldman Sachs, the happiest accounting firms in the US and other top stories you may have missed on eFinancialCareers over the past seven days.

How to avoid rejection at Goldman Sachs

Here are six signs you will be rejected from Goldman Sachs, along with some advice on how to overcome them.

The 11 highest paid accounting jobs in finance jobs globally

If you have at least five years of experience in accounting, it’s possible to land a six-figure job. It’ll likely be at a bank though.

‘No jerks’ and work-free Fridays: Meet the happiest accounting firms

Yes, the Big Four accounting firms offer the most prestige, but they don’t provide the work-life balance and quality of life of these two firms.

Seven reasons to spend a career at one investment bank

While jumping to another firm can help land you a bigger paycheck, there are plenty of reasons to stay put and clever methods for carving out a successful career without switching companies.

Citi or JPMorgan?

The first quarter results at JPMorgan and Citigroup offers plenty of reasons why you should – and shouldn’t – want to work at either bank.

Breaking into Wall Street with no relevant experience

It’s extremely difficult to land a job on Wall Street without applicable experience. That said, a few unique backgrounds could help you sneak in the door.

Answers you’ll need before any banking interview

Before beginning any interview, business schools suggest you undertake a technical analysis of the company, digging into key data and the overall structure of the company.

The truth about Singaporean bankers

Singaporean banks are being pressed by the government to hire more local talent. Here are some thoughts on what those banks really think about Singaporean candidates.

CV errors to avoid

If you are applying for a job in the Middle East, be wary about making these critical CV and cover letter errors.

What these three hires say about your chances of landing a banking job

Barclays, Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse are making job cuts in key areas. However, they are also hiring in spots. Here are three recent hires the banks have made, and what they tell us about your chances of getting a job there.

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