The art of overcoming the urge to quit, but an ex-MD at Goldman Sachs.
Don't demean yourself. It's not worth it.
As exciting as Wall Street is, here's why Bay Street is where it's at.
Soraya Alali, a general manager at CommBank, explains why women working in finance shouldn’t see flexible working as a barrier to being promoted.
Think you're right for fintech? These are the four tests according to a Goldman partner who made the move.
Forget gender discrimination.
Pimco investment professionals will speak at Girls Who Invest’s programs, and the fund firm will hire six female scholars as summer interns.
The firm you works for pays its women half the amount it pays its men. So, now what?
This is why you probably don't want to quit banking for fintech when you're a 24-year-old analyst with $10k in a deposit account.
You're either right for Wall Street or you're right for the Bay Area baby.
Meagan Loyst interned in a big bank's wealth management division and at a small PE firm. Here's her advice for what you should do.