T. Rowe Price Review Data
24 total review submissions
|2020||2nd Year Analyst||Baltimore||Operations||At T. Rowe there is a good work life balance and the work…||The pay at T. Rowe is not great compared to other large…|
|2020||Financial Representative||Baltimore||Sales||It's a pretty easy gig. It is sales, but it's…||Ultimately, still just a CSA by another name. Regardless of…|
|2018||Intern||Baltimore||Equity Research||Good intern class, decent prework to be prepared, good comp…||Not very structured, don't always get staffed with the…|
|2020||Other||Owings Mills||N/A||T.Rowe is a very good company to work in. Everybody here is…||There is nothing I can tell from my experience that can be…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Hong Kong||Generalist||Nice office space, colleagues were friendly and helpful,…||Separation between management and junior employees, few…|
|2016||3rd+ Year Associate||Baltimore||Generalist||Good job with good people. learn a lot. lot of freedom and…||old boys club where mba valued too highly. comp limited for…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||Baltimore||Investment Research||5/5 -- low stress, good learning experiences, low cost of…||Small city, not a lot of dining options, don't pay for…|
|2017||Financial Representative||Tampa||Consumer - Retail||Great place to start in the investment management industry…||Role was too client-service focused.
Most of the job…
|2018||1st Year Associate||Baltimore||Fixed Income||There is a very good culture at the company of supporting…||Hard to break in to and some dont like living in Baltimore…|
|2018||Intern||Baltimore||Equity Research||TROW has a really supportive and engaging environment. The…||The equity research internship was very unstructured, which…|
|2017||1st Year Analyst||Sydney||Investment Research||Good hours, laid back culture, high research quality and a…||Don't know yet, there are negatives to working at a…|
|2018||Research Analyst||Baltimore||Business Development||Great culture. They tend to hire from within. High caliber…||Some of the priority strategies are starting to become…|
|2017||Intern||New York||Equity Research||Really relaxing working culture. The job is fun by itself…||Not fantastic location. Especially for sophomores trying to…|
|2018||Intern||Baltimore||Quantitative Research||Very good work culture, people are friendly. Don't…||Doesn't seem to be as much upward mobility due to low…|
|2017||Intern||Hong Kong||Trading||Relaxed, friendly people, a lot of people happy to take…||Execution trading seems a bit too bland, slow and…|
|2017||1st Year Analyst||Baltimore||Equity Research||Very intellectually stimulating work. Working with…||Baltimore is meh. Great place to raise a family but if you…|
|2015||Summer Associate Intern||Baltimore||N/A||- Really supportive culture
- Really good training…
|- Baltimore is manageable but definitely a con compared to…|
|2014||Operations Analyst||Baltimore||Generalist||The benefits are really good compared to a lot of other…||The compensation relative to other investment firms is…|
|2006||Investment Analyst||Tampa||Consumer - Retail||Great place to get your foot in the door and get licensed…||You're a number in their system. They crank through…|
|2006||1st Year Analyst||Tampa||Retail Marketing Sales & Retention||Great place to get some basic financial services experience…||A place where you can only go so far and then you'll…|
|2009||3rd+ Year Analyst||Baltimore||Equity Research||The place is very collegial and becuse its so hard to get…||If you are at all a NYC personality you will absolutely not…|
|2010||Back Office Internship Experience||Tampa||Retail Account Management||Being that the role was entirely back office, the work/life…||Low intellectual requirement means you basically end up…|
|2010||Operations Analyst||Baltimore||Operations||T Rowe Price is a fantastic brand name that is sure to get…||The compensation, at least in the division is was in was…|
|2012||Quant||Baltimore||Investments||Chill environment, Well compensated, Challenging work, Job…||Quants aren't exactly the focal point here…|
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