JPMorgan Chase Review Data
669 total review submissions
|2020||Intern||London||Equities||Good salary, nice office (although internship was virtual…||Doesn't value creativity and initiative. Encourages…|
|2018||Director||New York||Corporate Banking||Good culture, good hours, opportunity to work on impactful…||relative low pay, little opportunity to move around to…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||New York||Derivatives||Fair compensation
|Not a lot of development for juniors once they are capable…|
|2021||1st Year Analyst||New York City||Corporate Banking||Two year rotation analyst program split into three…||I think people who work together should put more effort in…|
|2018||Vice President||New York||Quantitative Research||The projects on which you can work are very diverse and the…||The institution being so big, sometimes you can get lost in…|
|2020||2nd Year Associate||New york||Risk||Great firm to develop knowledge across all the firm’s many…||Management needs to care for its employees, Junior managers…|
|2014||1st Year Analyst||Seattle||Private Banking||Enjoyed the team and culture. Nice people and friendly…||The role was heavily focused on client service (mortgages;…|
|2019||Intern||New York||Risk Management||- Very challenging work, but very friendly people.…||- Work life balance is a concern.
- Sometimes the…
|2019||2nd Year Analyst||new york||Investment Banking||Good company, good management, good exit opps…||The typical downsides to working at a bank this large are…|
|2018||1st Year Associate||New York||Retail Banking||Pay was comparable to other post-MBA programs. Four weeks…||Unevenness in the rotational experiences caused frustration…|
|2020||Intern||New York||Restructuring||Great people, lot of initial responsibility. Great…||Did not get to experience life in the office in New York or…|
|2020||Intern||New York||Investment Banking||Company put a lot of effort into making the virtual…||Communication could have been better. Hard to get feedback…|
|2019||2nd Year Associate||New York||N/A||Decent work life balance in Product Control. Work is easy…||Dead end job with high turnover. Internal mobility is…|
|2020||2nd Year Analyst||new york||Restructuring||good place to work
|hierarchy is quite rigid
emphasis on procedure…
|2020||Intern||New York City||Investment Banking||Due to COVID, I was working full remotely from home.…||The workload was a bit heavier than I expected as an intern…|
|2020||3rd+ Year Associate||Westerville||Wealth Management||The benefits are the best part about this company.…||Very difficult to move up internally. I have heard this…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||CUpertino||Investment Banking||I get stacks on stacks on stacks, so that's nice. But…||I have no life while im at work and my work isn't very…|
|2020||1st Year Associate||New york||Strategy||Great culture, exposure to senior management and…||Pay cut versus comparable careers (e.g. consulting).…|
|2020||3rd+ Year Associate||New York||Credit Risk||Culture is good at this company. People will make you work…||Sometimes because its so big, can be easy to feel like a…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Colombus||Generalist||The workweek is minimal.
Best way to get into the…
|Pay is terrible
|2020||2nd Year Analyst||Frankfurt||Risk||Great place to work, great learning, good managers, varied…||nothing really comes to mind, for some other areas of the…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||New York||Mergers and Acquisitions||Culture while very rigourous is still manageable. I think…||While the culture is good, the hours have not been, and…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||New York||Mergers and Acquisitions||Great exposure to investments and the world of hedge funds…||Virtual format, so I didn't get to meet anyone in…|
|2019||Executive Director||New york||Debt Capital Markets||Stable job and good benefits including vacation, paid leave…||Pay discount relative to others on the street. Larger…|
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