Originally Posted by suited
As far as investment banking, it's a phenomenal field to be in-but almost impossible to get into directly out of school with the current state of the economy unless you're Ivy league or Stanford. Investment banking is the most pretentious field there is when it comes to where you went to school-and it's downsizing quite a bit at the moment. Everybody that graduates from Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, Princeton and Columbia with an accounting/finance/economics degree wants to be an investment banker. It's 12-14 hour days, you better absolutely love what you're doing or it will be a misery.
I'm just highlighting this for the smarty pantses above
How many positions are there open for the chairman of the United States Federal Reserve Board....Ahh, just 1, and i think its filled right now.
180k/4.2 mil.....Fucking lightweight