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yes i'm sorry. i did not mean to dismiss the idea entirely. alternatively, i think it would be educational to seek out opportunities and learn by myself before asking for help. edit: if not finance/consulting i may as well get into actuarial science w/ my 2 degrees. become an actuary. thanks for the inputs!
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Originally Posted by Lord-Barrington View Post
The boat for IB, HF/PE and all that sailed months ago.

The boat for IB/HF/PE sailed 5 years ago when he went to Michigan St. At this stage of the game, I'd be focusing on getting an interesting job that pays a living wage and positioning myself for B-school.
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Originally Posted by leftover_salmon View Post
The boat for IB/HF/PE sailed 5 years ago when he went to Michigan St. At this stage of the game, I'd be focusing on getting an interesting job that pays a living wage and positioning myself for B-school.

That's a bit harsh, but not totally false. Top finance grads at MSU can swing an analyst position at a BB with some luck. But that's for those at the very top.

Regardless, the point remains that the ship has indeed sailed for everything related to high finance. Look elsewhere.
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