Banks in Hong Kong and Singapore are becoming more open to hiring liberal arts graduates.
These are the sorts of people who will soon be turning up to the most junior jobs at top investment banks.
In the rush to secure top students, Goldman Sachs is making summer intern offers a year ahead of time.
A list of top students who are prepared to intern for free is being circulated in London.
Internships were always the primary recruitment tool for investment banks, but these days one is no longer enough.
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Investment banks target specific universities and attract subject students majoring in certain subject areas. But which is the best?
This what can irk senior Goldman Sachs bankers about the juniors who come for the summer.
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