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post #51181 of 57260
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

Assuming you get PE, which I don't mean to be a cunt, but doesn't sound that likely and not an associate IBD role at a MM IB.

I'm already in PE, which everyone has said is a huge leg up on everyone not in the industry (1.5 years when I matriculate, about the same as other PE stints). But yes that is my fear. I will never do banking.

If I can't get in I'll prob go corporate or hf route.
post #51182 of 57260
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

Lucky you.

Some of us don't have dad's with machine shops that we can take over tongue.gif

You can work for me if you want nest.gif
post #51183 of 57260
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post


Yeah but think about it, I'm taking $200k in debt to get a job that makes $200k+ right out the chute, and probably $400k+ within five years if I stick with it.

But will everyone with your degree be making 200k+? For your situation I can see the point, but I assume you already have a decent job or you're a top student since you can be certain of this? My point is that with the degree I'm taking I'm pretty much certain to be making 100k/year without any debt (slightly below 100k after the crash, though). I may also be able to make more, but $200k+ for an entry-level job is very unlikely if I stay in Denmark - you have to be fairly high up in the food chain of the financial sector to earn that in Denmark.

post #51184 of 57260
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Originally Posted by tesseract View Post


You can work for me if you want nest.gif

 

Srs offer?

 

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Originally Posted by Landscape View Post
 

But will everyone with your degree be making 200k+? For your situation I can see the point, but I assume you already have a decent job or you're a top student since you can be certain of this? My point is that with the degree I'm taking I'm pretty much certain to be making 100k/year without any debt (slightly below 100k after the crash, though). I may also be able to make more, but $200k+ for an entry-level job is very unlikely if I stay in Denmark - you have to be fairly high up in the food chain of the financial sector to earn that in Denmark.

 

B school is about networking, not grades.

post #51185 of 57260
grade nondisclosure ftew
post #51186 of 57260
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Originally Posted by Landscape View Post

But will everyone with your degree be making 200k+? For your situation I can see the point, but I assume you already have a decent job or you're a top student since you can be certain of this? My point is that with the degree I'm taking I'm pretty much certain to be making 100k/year without any debt (slightly below 100k after the crash, though). I may also be able to make more, but $200k+ for an entry-level job is very unlikely if I stay in Denmark - you have to be fairly high up in the food chain of the financial sector to earn that in Denmark.

Most people come out making $100-150k, probably most closer to $100k.

http://www.stern.nyu.edu/programs-admissions/full-time-mba/career/employment-statistics

However, a lot of these people were making good money beforehand anyways, so have little/no debt and savings so they don't have to take on as much debt. I have no savings and so will be fully funding with debt.
post #51187 of 57260
heh, you get to see greene. you can thank him for his excellent textbook (not).
post #51188 of 57260
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Originally Posted by Lagrangian View Post

heh, you get to see greene. you can thank him for his excellent textbook (not).

Yes but I also get to see Damodaran icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #51189 of 57260
idk fenance ppl
post #51190 of 57260
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Originally Posted by Dar FTW View Post


i'm assuming you're single and in your early 20's. if you were married and thinking about a family, retirement savings/investments, a home, student or business loans, you would look at 250k differently. that would be a very comfortable income, but doesn't make most people rich.

 

I'm in my mid-to-late 20's, have significant retirement savings, and don't see what my personal financial situation has to do with understanding cost of living. If you're taking home $250,000 and feeling strained, you're wasting your money somewhere or you overreached on a big house, private schools, a boat, or something else that you didn't need. You can easily raise a family on that income anywhere in the world.

 

$200k in student loans is fairly unusual. I'd say that's exclusive to doctors, lawyers, engineers, and apparently business grads - basically the professions that will make 6 figures or more right out of the gate. There are definitely some unlucky people who went to a private undergrad school with no financial aid and now have $160,000 in loans and a useless degree, though, which is criminal imo.

post #51191 of 57260
God damn I forgot how much the bodybuilding burn hurts after doing a strength cycle. Feels like muscles going to jump off my skeleton.

Pretty sure I broke this starting strength hopeful who looks up to be because I have nearly a four plate ugly good morning squat. Asks me why I'm doing front squats and told him I prob wont back squat for a good 2 months.
post #51192 of 57260
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

 

 

B school is about networking, not grades.

While this is probably the case in the US, from what I've seen it isn't the same here. Of course networking matters and recently there's been some articles in the newspapers about girls being worse off because they focus on grades instead of networking, but I also know that grades/being at the top of your class is very important. This is mainly based on job ads and people I personally know, where being at the top of class landed them the best jobs (while probably knowing the right people at the same time).

 

Also, personally I won't be studying at a business school.

post #51193 of 57260
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Originally Posted by Eason View Post

Little bit off topic here but has anyone successfully used paused squats to build strength and stability in the hole? What % of your 1RM did you use?

 

My program regularly includes paused olympic squats to build quad strength from the bottom.

Usually do 3-5 sets of 3-5 reps at 60-70% of 1RM competition style squat.

post #51194 of 57260

the only people I know who pay full price are (asian) international students

post #51195 of 57260
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Originally Posted by accordion View Post

the only people I know who pay full price are (asian) international students
Cant use student parking... Lambo too wide for the spots
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