- Graduate Guide
Aspiring investment bankers should choose their undergraduate majors carefully to maximize their chances of landing a top job after graduation.
Resume keywords and phrases job-seekers must include – and those they should avoid – to land a financial services job in the U.S.
“My job was always to have gut feelings about the market. That's not needed any more."
New York is a tougher environment than London for bankers, but the upsides far outweigh the negatives.
Three senior technologists who have worked on the biggest tech projects at Goldman Sachs, Bank of America and J.P. Morgan are opening up the secrets.
Openness and authenticity at work are more important than ever for financial services professionals and employers alike.
Investment banking analysts will go into the industry full of confidence, but gnarled veterans explain how they need to behave if they want to survive.
Some people on banks' analyst programs are amazing. Others, less so.
To play office politics at a boutique, gauge the culture of the firm, observe your superiors’ behavior and model your own after that – and dress like them.
It's not you. It's the job.