What have you missed during the past week in the fast-moving world of financial recruitment? Here’s a round-up of the top stories on eFinancialCareers.
Few investment banks have been talking up big hiring plans in the City of London, but this firm has quadrupled its recruitment target for 2013, and still has a way to go.
Did you know that Goldman Sachs is a big maker of ice? Or that the majority of people work in the back office? No? Then read on.
It pays to know how to play the game of office politics in investment banking, but taking it too far will do your career more harm than good.
You’re in your 20s, trying to launch your banking career and are, in theory, in your prime. But what if the descent has already started?
It’s not all about private banking and princelings in Asia. Some jobs that fly under the radar are very much in demand.
Huge new war for talent as financial services jobseekers in London fall short by more than 13,000 in 2013
What’s happened? Suddenly there’s a huge shortfall of people to fill finance jobs in London. At least that’s the theory, but all is not what it seems.
Students are less attracted to banking than in the past, but not as much as you would expect. Anyone wanting to work on Wall Street or the City is primary motivated by cash, however.