Goldman Sachs - 1,477 Reviews

1,477 total review submissions

YearPositionLocationGroup/DivisionOverall
20231st Year AnalystNew YorkEquity ResearchCompetitive environment, family environment in some ways,…Can get toxic, some senior managers not great, taking away…
20151st Year AssociateSalt LakeOperationsSmart, hard working people who generally are congenial and…Limited opportunity to grow and progress outside of…
2022Vice PresidentNew YorkDebt Capital MarketsSmart hardworking people. big deals and transactions.…High pressure, need to deliver and originate. Internal…
20221st Year AssociateNew YorkInvestment Bankingbasically just the salary - make a lot of money
its an investment banking job - you're going to hate…
20223rd+ Year AssociateNew YorkPrime BrokerageLearning curve is great as you get to experience things at…Work hours are too long, projects can get mundane, lots of…
20221st Year AnalystNew YorkInvestment BankingPrestige, Networking opportunities, Learning from the best…Extremely long hours, can get lonely when you work late at…
20221st Year AnalystDallasAuditThe amenities were great, the work was challenging, and the…The hours were incredibly long and there was no training.…
2022InternAtlantaPrivate BankingFantastic Team and great office culture, even better…Smaller team cultures varies highly within the office…
2020N/ANew YorkN/APeople are smart and ambitions. Responsibility is given to…The company culture is very bureaucratic and hierarchical.…
2016Summer Associate InternNew YorkMergers and AcquisitionsWLB, Salary, Knowledge and great teammates…
20201st Year AnalystNew YorkSecurities UnderwritingFun. I had a good time. The people here are very smart and…Lots of work. I mean you are doing 60 hour weeks! Thats…
20222nd Year AnalystNew YorkInvestment BankingThe people are great, and overall great leadership.…Work life balance can be difficult, certain team members…
20221st Year AnalystNew YorkInvestment Bankingbroad exposure, strong network, good learning experience to…unpredictability in work flow, lack of mentorship…
20161st Year AnalystEFisauhfeasInvestment BankingIt is not appropriate for me to make generalizations about…It is not appropriate for me to make generalizations about…
2019Senior Vice PresidentPhoenixRisk ManagementIt is not appropriate for me to make generalizations about…It is not appropriate for me to make generalizations about…
2019Vice PresidentPhoenixGeneralistIt is not appropriate for me to make generalizations about…It is not appropriate for me to make generalizations about…
2022InternNew YorkPrime BrokeragePrestige, great networking opportunities, fast-paced and…Long work hours and high expectations, but this also means…
20211st Year AnalystNew York CityInvestment BankingEasy DCF model with already given inputs and a few fit…They expected me to know the slightest things about the…
2022Student / Prospective MonkeyBangaloreN/AAmazing company to work for, regular parties, good work,…None as of yet. Though the hotel stay could be extended ,…
20222nd Year AnalystNew York CityInvestment BankingCollegial culture among VPs and below, good office location…horrible hours, some senior people (MDs and Partners) have…
20222nd Year Analyst25 Shoe Ln, London EC4A 4AUEquity Research1) Good WLB facilitated by WFH option; 2) Good…Culture/working hours/progression depend heavily on lead…
2022InternNew York CityInvestment BankingI loved the business models of the kind of companies I…There is not much I can say here to be honest. The…
20221st Year AssociateCentralInvestment Banking- Colleagues are smart, hardworking, collaborative and…- Extremely high volume of work, no matter which department…
2022Internnew york cityRiskGood learning experience, friendly coworkers, fast paced.…The pay wasn't very good and the career trajectory isn…

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