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it doesnt matter what school you went to or how good your grades were. it depends on who your family knows.

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  • obscenity's picture

    Pshh. If WSO has taught you anything, it should be that your probability of getting a job is a direct function of how many random people who don't want to talk to you that you stalk by locating their contact info on the internet without their knowledge and then pester with e-mails and phone calls during their busy day, before eventually begging them to meet in person like a horny Craigslist rapist/axe murderer so you can ask them questions to which you already know the answers and in doing so display interest in their job so that you can eventually ask them to hire you, which all in all is a more bizarre mating ritual than can be found in the Amazon rainforest or all of Madagascar. Or networking, whatever you want to call it.

  • In reply to obscenity
    JMu's picture

    obscenity wrote:
    Pshh. If WSO has taught you anything, it should be that your probability of getting a job is a direct function of how many random people who don't want to talk to you that you stalk by locating their contact info on the internet without their knowledge and then pester with e-mails and phone calls during their busy day, before eventually begging them to meet in person like a horny Craigslist rapist/axe murderer so you can ask them questions to which you already know the answers and in doing so display interest in their job so that you can eventually ask them to hire you, which all in all is a more bizarre mating ritual than can be found in the Amazon rainforest or all of Madagascar. Or networking, whatever you want to call it.

    Ha ha ha ha ha

  • In reply to obscenity
    Neighbor's picture

    obscenity wrote:
    Pshh. If WSO has taught you anything, it should be that your probability of getting a job is a direct function of how many random people who don't want to talk to you that you stalk by locating their contact info on the internet without their knowledge and then pester with e-mails and phone calls during their busy day, before eventually begging them to meet in person like a horny Craigslist rapist/axe murderer so you can ask them questions to which you already know the answers and in doing so display interest in their job so that you can eventually ask them to hire you, which all in all is a more bizarre mating ritual than can be found in the Amazon rainforest or all of Madagascar. Or networking, whatever you want to call it.

    Best post in WSO history

    I didn't say it was your fault, I said I was blaming you.

  • In reply to ltohang
    Neighbor's picture

    ltohang wrote:
    SECfinance wrote:
    You mad that you didn't work hard enough for an offer?

    u mad u dont go to a target? phaggot. negged

    OP thinks he is on bodybuilding.com wrong forum mayne

    I didn't say it was your fault, I said I was blaming you.

  • In reply to Neighbor
    swagon's picture

    Neighbor wrote:
    obscenity wrote:
    Pshh. If WSO has taught you anything, it should be that your probability of getting a job is a direct function of how many random people who don't want to talk to you that you stalk by locating their contact info on the internet without their knowledge and then pester with e-mails and phone calls during their busy day, before eventually begging them to meet in person like a horny Craigslist rapist/axe murderer so you can ask them questions to which you already know the answers and in doing so display interest in their job so that you can eventually ask them to hire you, which all in all is a more bizarre mating ritual than can be found in the Amazon rainforest or all of Madagascar. Or networking, whatever you want to call it.

    Best post in WSO history


    fucking perfect

  • In reply to CaliforniaAssociate
    ltohang's picture

    CaliforniaAnalyst wrote:
    op is mad cuz even with his top 20 brand name emory university, he has to ask around his family/relatives/friends for financial investment in order to start his unpaid pwm job at lpl financial in dallas

    LOL i don't go to emory, its a pos school, but still better than the UCs. you're mad cuz you go to a fucking public school with BUDGET CUTS LOLOLOL.

    im a freshman so im not expecting too much offers. but you sir on the other hand might be cut by colleges due to cali's economy. have fun at your poverty school phaggot

  • In reply to obscenity
    Jackie Chiles's picture

    obscenity wrote:
    Pshh. If WSO has taught you anything, it should be that your probability of getting a job is a direct function of how many random people who don't want to talk to you that you stalk by locating their contact info on the internet without their knowledge and then pester with e-mails and phone calls during their busy day, before eventually begging them to meet in person like a horny Craigslist rapist/axe murderer so you can ask them questions to which you already know the answers and in doing so display interest in their job so that you can eventually ask them to hire you, which all in all is a more bizarre mating ritual than can be found in the Amazon rainforest or all of Madagascar. Or networking, whatever you want to call it.
    \

    Haha Nailed it, and OP is a clown.

    "It's outrageous, egregious, preposterous. "

  • In reply to ltohang
    SECfinance's picture

    ltohang wrote:
    CaliforniaAnalyst wrote:
    op is mad cuz even with his top 20 brand name emory university, he has to ask around his family/relatives/friends for financial investment in order to start his unpaid pwm job at lpl financial in dallas

    LOL i don't go to emory, its a pos school, but still better than the UCs. you're mad cuz you go to a fucking public school with BUDGET CUTS LOLOLOL.

    im a freshman so im not expecting too much offers. but you sir on the other hand might be cut by colleges due to cali's economy. have fun at your poverty school phaggot

    You're a shit liar.

    Quote:
    I'm currently a Economics major at a private top 20 university. I received an offer at a independent financial advisory firm in Dallas (I live in Atlanta) from an alum I found on our school network.

    Quote:
    I don't really have any other "good" or "relevant" offers for my major or career right now, plus I'm a sophomore so it's harder to get an internship compared to juniors.

    http://www.wallstreetoasis.com/forums/unpaid-inter...

    Congrats, you shit on your own school in an attempt to be cool on the internet. A+ job.

    Now please get the fuck out.