I'm interested in pursuing a career as an equity analyst, but don't want to end up in a job down the road where I am working 80-90 hours per week. I'm willing to work for my money, but I would also want to enjoy my money.
How much can someone expect to make in asset management, especially at a top firm like Goldman Sachs? What are the levels someone can advance to, like from analyst to portfolio manager, and then what's after that? Managing director? Is the job high stress? Do people who work in asset management work longer/harder than investment bankers?
Also, what are the educational requirements? Do you need to be a CFA or can you have a degree in economics or business?
I am taking a degree and want to know what jobs i can get with all three degrees combined or separate on their own.
I have the opportunity to be an executive personal assistant and I want to make the best impression I can. I know I will need a planner/organizer, but what is the best one? And what else do you think I will need?!? Thanks!
They called me for a job interview, they bought me tickets and paid for my hotel.
Do I have to bring anything? I've heard about bringing a resume, but won't they already have that?
What should I put them in? A briefcase? A folder?
I am 16 years old and i am interested in a career in Public Relations and Marketing i am wondering what A-Levels i should take to enable me to get a job in this field?
Im just trying to figure out what jobs there are in magazines,
fashion magazines preferably
and how do they get into doing these jobs?
Like what bachelor or degree or masters or something should i have to work in advertsing and marketing like advertising manager or director? please help :)
What type of schooling do you need, how long, and what type of job options are there? Anything you can do in high school to help you??
I am currently doing entry-level finance-related accounting work in NYC, but do not hold a degree in Accounting (just your standard BA from your local not-nationally-recognized college with a lot of finance classload). I really want to get into more of a research analyst position, or something more to do with the management of securities for some type of fund. How do I get my foot in the door?
I want to apply for a position as an junior accounts clerk.What are some ideas i should put under the cover letter that will work well.As i have worked as an assistant manager doing payroll,supervising staff,handling $ and serving customers at my aunties restaurant. How should i word this in my resume for an accounts clerk position.As well when organising my folder for my resume eg.with all my job references,awards,school results and academic records.Which do you think should go first in the folder and last. Cos i'm stuck trying to organise this the best way.
Preferrably, I would like to apply for Business (MBA). Maybe Political Science or Intl. Relations Graduate School at one of the top universities in the US or Canada. I would be looking at schools that offer solid scholarships and also accept "average" score on GMAT or GRE. What are my chances with such resume and what university should I go for, in your view:
male, Eastern Europe origin, studied undergrad in Western Europe
BA - Intl. Business - (slightly) above average GPA
business high school
already spent a part of studies at American university
working experience in bank and tourism industry for numerous years
volunteer experience -
research assistant at community research institute
class president and degree program representative
volunteer for university's marketing department
executive position at youth organisation of political party with school relations portfolio
street marketer and team leader for political campaign
elementary school newspaper writer and editor
university's international office assistant for exchange students
participation in several business competitions throughout high school and university
I was considering majoring in it myself and I wanted a little background information.
I have a bachelor's in Psychology. What is the process to get a finance job, as an analyst, portfolio manager (or assistant), etc. Is it more realistic to "work now and learn approach", or go to school for a finance degree?
I want to be a model - how much does a model ROUGHLY get for a photoshoot? thanks
List as many possible jobs that require bachelors in sports management with no experience needed
I have been in my job as a retail assistant for river island for just over a year, there seems no chance of working up the system in my job to be a Visual Merchadiser (person who deals with putting together the display for the windows..etc). The person who comes in and does this has said she doesnt really know how she got her job, she was offered it by a friend who left the role. She did say I could help her put out the displays when shes there but my managers keep grabbing me for the shop floor as I have "great customer service skills"
I have a degree in textile design but it seems to make no difference, I have listed myself on several websites for jobs in retail and applied but am told I need experience.
I cannot afford to go back and study further as I already owe too much money after my B.A and my retail job is £5.10 an hour I have asked my store managers and they dont know, I have sent emails to job ads asking how I gain the experience they are looking for and they dont know!!
I m a student of economics.i m very confused about my career .i don't know which type of job i will get after my graduation........plz help me........
I have always wanted to be in the army but i no i cant because i need insulin :(
but what are the other jobs i CANT do
i have looked at the police and armed police but can i do that??
what are all the jobs i can not do so i can narrow down my options
im only 15 but i have been thinking about it