Are you aware of the hot skills that financial services recruiters are desperate seeking currently? If you don’t possess them, fear not, as it’s still possible to reinvent yourself and relaunch your career. Oh, you are also advised not to quit before searching for a new job. These, and other top news and advice, comprised the top stories on eFinancialCareers this week.
Do you possess the right blend of skills that are both in-demand and in short supply?
It might seem like a good idea to throw in the towel and look for a new opportunity, but recruiters are more wary of unemployed bankers than ever.
The 300 hours of study required to pass each level of the CFA can leave candidates feeling rather hollow. Is it all worth the effort?
Jobs are being created in Singapore’s financial sector, but it’s the more complex sectors that have better prospects. Where should you be working?
A move from the back office to the front may be near impossible these days, but it doesn’t mean you’re stuck. Here’s how to change your career.
Senior FIG bankers and fixed income traders are turning up at this bank, which you may not expect.
Promotions will be decided upon in the final part of 2014, so here’s how to ensure you’re in contention.
It’s not always wise to rely on your own steam for finding a new job. Here’s when to reach out to a recruiter.
It’s not just analysts trying to impress investment banks this summer, a host of MBAs are also attempting to secure a full-time role, and the stakes are higher.
How to get a graduate job at JPMorgan, by the bank’s EMEA head of campus recruitment for banking and markets
JPMorgan’s head of graduate recruitment gives the low down on how to get into its investment bank.