Bank of England Review Data
5 total review submissions
|2020||Intern||London||Global Data||Really great team culture. Quite laid back. Welcoming and…||Not a lot of interaction with members of other teams. No…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||London||Generalist||very good hours and work/life balance. interesting work,…||not great pay. pension scheme makes up for it but lower…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||london||Research||good work life balance, generous benefit, including food…||the pay is relatively low compared to the private sector…|
|2017||2nd Year Analyst||London||Government - Federal||Meaningful and interesting work. Exposure to senior…||Some days required very long hours. Limited and slow…|
|2014||Intern||London||Human Resources||At the heart of regulation - very interesting environment,…||No choice or preference in division when applying - can be…|
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