Cambridge Associates Review Data
30 total review submissions
|2020||1st Year Analyst||Singapore||Investments||Good work life balance
Steep learning curve
|Slightly low pay
Pay can be higher to incentivize…
|2020||1st Year Analyst||Boston||Generalist||Overall, interesting place to work with extremely high…||Biggest con is that pay is on the lower side. Salary is…|
|2019||2nd Year Analyst||Boston||Generalist||- Good company culture
- Decent hours, but…
|- Pay is low compared to industry standard
|2020||2nd Year Analyst||Dallas, TX, USA||Generalist||Directors know what they are talking about. Great way to…||Directors can't make up their mind from quarter to…|
|2019||Intern||Boston||Generalist||Great company culture. Lots of companies say they have a…||The work is not particularly complicated and can become…|
|2007||1st Year Analyst||Arlington||Generalist||Great opportunity right out of school for a good student…||The amount of time and work that was required did not…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Boston||Investment Management||Great team culture, analysts classes drive the social…||MDs tend not to appreciate analyst work; analyst experience…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Dallas||Generalist||Nice coworker, snakes in office and team orders lunch on…||Work life is below average for first year or two. Gets…|
|2006||Financial Advisor||Hartford||Consumer - Retail||Flexibility, doing the right thing for the client every…||As time unfolded and the firm grew, the flexibility was…|
|2018||2nd Year Associate||Boston||Investment Research||Good work life balance, great junior colleagues, excellent…||Disorganized leadership, some senior professionals are not…|
|2019||2nd Year Analyst||Dallas||Generalist||Great exposure to the whole industry you’ll have a thorough…||Pay is below the street - don’t expect much in base or…|
|2018||3rd+ Year Associate||Arlington||Financial Services||Great company culture, very collegiate. Good pay, benefits…||Data department had a strange type A culture separate from…|
|2012||3rd+ Year Associate||Boston||Private Equity||Great work life balance. Smart co-workers willing to share…||Salary. Career path for junior employees often not clearly…|
|2017||2nd Year Analyst||San Francisco||Consulting||Great company to work for and you learn a lot. Good culture…||It seems like it's too comfortable. Not much room for…|
|2016||Summer Associate Intern||Boston||Investments||Intellectually curious, diverse, fun colleagues. Great…||Repetitive computer and data work. Lower compensation…|
|2012||1st Year Analyst||Arlington||Generalist||Pretty good work/life balance compared to the industry, the…||The pay is below the industry average, and their is…|
|2012||Research Associate||Arlington||Back Office||Everyone else in the group was a few years out of college…||No career advancement whatsoever, extremely incompetent…|
|2014||1st Year Analyst||Arlington||Analytics||Depending on client load, good work life balance.
|Same work month in, month out.
|2013||Research Associate||Arlington||Research||Cambridge Associates is a great place to learn about the…||The firm is primarily focused on investment consulting,…|
|2014||Research Analyst||London||Consulting||Great place to start a career. The company is well-…||Pay is mediocre and considerably lower than what is offered…|
|2014||2nd Year Analyst||London||Investment Management||Good Work/Life Balance
No face time
|Overly flat structure in terms of work and pay
|2011||Research Associate||Arlington||Research||Great work/life balance, good benefits/PTO policy,…||Not a lot of interdepartmental communication, which can be…|
|2014||1st Year Associate||Boston||Equity Hedge||Very personable and intelligent people. Good exit ops.||Work is dry, and it is funds of funds.|
|2011||Associate Consultant||Dallas||Consulting||People are friendly, get to work with top tier investment…||Low pay, very few exit opps, work becomes very boring after…|
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