Originally Posted by spacecowboy
We all have friends like these.....
when you say MBB want to see sth new and exciting on the resume before giving you another chance, what would you considering new and exciting? an internship, recent completion of a degree, another publication(probably not?) or sth else? please enlighten me
Since nobody better qualified is responding to this, I'll give it a shot.
I would imagine they like to see some kind of additional achievement that would demonstrate your professional development and substantiate your suitability as a hire.
So, let's say you work for J.P.Morgan or Intel for some time and manage to xxx yyy by zz %, etc, that would definitely work. Or maybe if you go and win some kind of prestigious competition, be it case or otherwise. Another publication is probably not going to cut it, not because it's not impressive, but because it's more of the same. Completion of a degree will probably not work either if it was already anticipated when you last applied.
It may all go out the window, though, if they really need people.
Again, I have no inside knowledge so somebody please correct me if I'm wrong.