I majored in an unrelated field in undergrad and then worked for a year and a half. I just started a masters in finance this fall. Am I less likely to get hired at an investment bank because of the time spent working? Also, have you ever seen someone become an IB analyst at 25? Obviously there are many other deterrents, but I'm wondering if this ever even happens.
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