Bloomberg LP Review Data
25 total review submissions
|2021||1st Year Analyst||Princeton||Sales||Great work life balance and benefits. Princeton is a…||Not much for internal career trajectory. They don't…|
|2018||Associate Consultant||New York||Marketing||- Wide variety of unlimited snacks, drinks (fresh coffee,…||- High turnover
- Seems that upward mobility is…
|2013||Intern||New York||Marketing||Very eager to help with promoting you/networking in the…||Only looking for sign-ups, not worried about campus…|
|2017||Intern||London||Sales||Was my first experience close to the financial industry so…||Not actually about finance, it was more tech and sales…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||New York||Generalist||-Decent work life balance for a junior analyst, working…||-Get stretched thin with mind numbing data quality work…|
|2020||Other||NY||Strategy and Operations||Above average Pay, 4 weeks of vacation to start,…||Shrouded is pay adjustments. Hard to climb up the ladder…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||London||N/A||Good teams/ good culture and environment not too much work…||Limited exit opportunities I guess, perhaps in the…|
|2020||Engineer||New York City||Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)||Haven't started yet. Good salary though. Can update…||Haven't started yet. Good salary though. Can update…|
|2019||Consultant||Princeton||Global Data||The cafeteria is great. Free food, coffee, soda, snacks all…||-Potential to get pigeonholed, only one or two groups have…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Princeton||Generalist||A lot to learn, good perks (free lunch) and very good…||The work isn’t the most exciting. A lot of data entry and…|
|2020||Intern||Princeton||Generalist||Good teams, good mentorship.…||Little to no exit opps in asset management. Very back…|
|2020||Engineer||New York||N/A||-Work culture and work life balance is very good.
|-Work can be slow/boring.
-Engineering quality is…
|2020||Intern||Princeton||Equity Research||Great Management
Good hours, great benefits
|pay is a little low for industry
upward mobility is…
|2020||Associate Manager||New York||Generalist||High work life balance, high growth for the first few years…||A decent amount of bureaucracy, office politics is…|
|2020||Intern||New York||Equity Capital Markets||Very flat structure.
Each and every employee has…
|The tech stack is slightly outdated.
|2015||Summer Associate Intern||Princeton||Transportation||Great culture, the cafateria and snacks (both free) are…||Did not really get the chance to interact with clients much…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Princeton||N/A||The benefits are pretty good in terms of healthcare and…||Overtime pay scale is half of your actual hourly wage. Pay…|
|2018||3rd+ Year Analyst||New York, NY, USA||N/A||Very good work life balance, and the benefits rival that of…||It is very difficult to get into the more interesting roles…|
|2020||Engineer||New York||Software||Combining the best of the financial and technological…||Doesn't feel supportive of experienced/older employees…|
|2017||Portfolio Manager||New York||Power||People below senior level management actually care about…||People above senior level management don't care about…|
|2019||2nd Year Analyst||London||Consulting||- Steep learning curve with a structured learning program…||- Very low bonus (almost non-existent)
|2018||Other||New York||N/A||Great perks, free food, overall great environment to work…||Relatively repetitive work, with some downtime during some…|
|2020||Manager||New York||Fixed Income||Great snacks, free coffee, nice views from the 29th floor.…||Very political at times. Management is not very forgiving…|
|2013||1st Year Analyst||New York||N/A||Good place to work right out of college. Great benefits.…||Mundane work. Highly limited upward mobility. Extremely…|
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