Yea what type of entry-level Banking & Finance jobs should someone start out with If they want to start their own Private Equity Firm one day because I was thinking about..probably graduating from college then work 2 years then go to Business School hopefully Harvard...n then working another 3 years or more then starting it with someone.
I want to work in investment banking/ finance after college, and was wondering if Computer Science would be a good quantitative major for an undergraduate degree.
Ultimately, I want to get an MBA right after or at least a Masters of Finance degree before I start working.
I am going to pursue MBA but I would like to know about different subjects or branches in MBA. Like what kind of things we study in marketing, consulting, banking, finance etc., what kind of jobs do we get and what kind of work do we have to do after getting a job.
Please tell me as much as you could.
If so, which positions within the bank would those be? (banking/finance related)
Forgot to mention: no experience in the field, but a Bachelors in Finance.
For applying for jobs in banking, finance etc would economics be considered a finance based degree?
Hi.am actually stocked up with either choosing to study International law & World Economy and then International Banking&Finance.The problem is that I just dont know what job opportunities awaits both.I dont want to end up reading a course that the demand is low or not even available.Am Confused & have limited time to make up my decision.
International business, Law and Business and Business economics.I want to go into investment banking, stockbroking, hedge funding or an executive finance job.
Is Liverpool university prestigious enough ?
Will banking and finance jobs ever be as prestigious or well-paid as they were again?
What sector will now be the best paid and attract the best talents?
I'm starting school this fall for my degree in banking and finance. I've got an idea of what I plan on doing, but I just want to know what my other options could be.
And is it worth it? What do you tell the bank about your finances and your job. Does the bank leave the reduced interest rate of the entire length of the loan? Please be as specific as you can, thank you.
I have owned my own real estate appraisal company for 5 years and I am looking to get a higher paying/more secure job in banking and finance. Where should I look and what can I do. The ups and downs of appraisals is really getting to me. These recent changes are mostly due to HVCC and other government intervention. I am hard working, dependable, and honest and recently my income has been reduced by 75?
I have heard that its a bad idea because I would be over qualified for any entry level finance jobs, but that just does not seem right to me. I would think it would look GOOD to have a masters degree. I would have some experience at a bank as a teller and an internship as well but no real big amount of experience. Please help, I'm so confused!
I'll be graduating with an accounting degree minor in economics from Baruch in 1.5 years. Was wondering if I can go straight into a finance job like analyst or investment banking and then pursue a CFA and MBA rather than go the CPA route. Does this happen regularly? Is it possible?
I am working at a stable job with the local municipal government but it's some what deadend. I have an engineering degree but I haven't got the hard core engineering experience so I don't know what to do? Should I go for an MBA to turn things around? Should I just quit my job and look for something else? I am interested in I-banking, Finance, Investment, Real Estate, or Business Strategic Planning.... BUT I am already 30 and still lost. Please help.
I am a recent grad with a
Degree in International Business
Two minors in Spanish and Political Science.
and a 3.0 GPA
Is it possible to get any finance jobs with these and no prior experiance?
I am starting back to work after having my daughter and not used to wear pantyhose in years.I am in banking/finance now and am looking for the best pantyhose for my job, and for working an average of 8-10 hour days.
I am currently pursing Bachelors in business economics from delhi university & it is due to finish in may 2008.Are their good job prospects after doing Msc in international finance or Msc in banking & finance from leeds university? Please help!
I'm currently applying for jobs and I notice my resume is nothing interesting that would catch the attention of interviewers. Reason being that I've always been working in small sized firms and there's no company in my resume that is recognizable in my industry (banking & finance). I'm a smart guy whom almost everyone who works with tells me so. Even my current abusive boss thinks so (no cigar for guessing why I want to leave). Qualification wise, I don't have an MBA but do have some quite decent professional qualification. I know if I can get an interview, my success rate of getting a job would be very high. I'm trying to figure out how to get bigger firms to notice me, short of starting from the bottom of the ladder.
I will be graduating in December with an A.A. in business administration, and I would like to get a new job to work at while I get my Bachelor's degree in finance.
I am really thinking about working at a bank, because of my future plans in finance. What job would be suitable for me at a bank, other than teller?
I am living in Canada and my family would like to relocate to Costa Rica. Are there many finance/banking jobs available? I specialize in asset-based lending.