- Graduate Guide
Pay more attention to the realities of the current job market and less to a particular job title's salary estimates when formulating comp expectations.
2015 was a bumper year for management consulting M&A activity, and the deals had a varying impact in terms of employees who quit or were laid off.
Financial services professionals should avoid these mistakes when networking.
Investment banking has slowly been deflating since the financial crisis hit. Pay is still excessive and this has to change.
Leaving a big bank for a tech startup can be nerve-wracking, and it is a risky move, but it can ultimately be liberating.
An annoying coworker may get on your nerves, but the situation can grow in magnitude. If it’s bad enough, it can make you miserable.
Hedge funds continue to hire at high volumes even after Brexit, but there’s a clear shift towards certain types of strategies.
The pace of work in the finance and accounting industries can be all-consuming, which makes taking a vacation essential if you want to avoid burnout.
It's a good time to be a data scientist on Wall Street, as big data analysis transforms the industry and reinvents practically every facet of banking.
“I’m a Bulgarian banker in London with a top-notch U.S. education. Brexit and Trump are ruining my prospects”
As an EU citizen educated in the U.S. who works at a financial services firm in London, Brexit has had a profound effect on my planned career path.