While you cannot lie on your resume or cover letter, you can spin your experience to a possible employer more than you would in a typical conversation.
Tens of thousands of graduates are rejected by Goldman Sachs every year. How can you make sure you're not among them?
Here are some keyword tips to improve your resume and cover letter and boost your chances of landing the banking job of your choice.
An MBA from Cass Business School helped Andrew Yortt move from the building site into Investment Banking
Who does Goldman Sachs really want to hire....? Not the brilliant finance candidates you might expect.
Should you become a campus ambassador for an investment bank? Yes, says this one.
Financial services firms are more stringent than nearly every other private-sector industry when it comes to pre-employment background checks.
Scan your cover letter for cheesy, trite or dull words and phrases, then reword or remove them before sending your application.
There are three places where you can stretch the truth on your resume. What are they, and how far can you go?
No one likes you. It's not your fault.
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