US Bank Review Data

24 total review submissions

Year Position Location Group/Division Overall
2020 2nd Year Analyst Milwaukee Alternative Investments Fun working in a team environment
Office was fairly…
Not much room for upwards career progression
Can…
2019 1st Year Analyst Milwaukee Alternative Investments Fantastic work/life balance
- Solid benefits…
- Weak training
- Not much upper mobility…
2020 Intern New York Private Wealth Management Very happy - great for sophomore year students and will… No bad feedback about Recruitment Process but work may not…
2018 1st Year Analyst Denver Corporate Banking Overall alright, you get good exposure to oil and gas and… Overall alright, you get good exposure to oil and gas but…
2016 Operations Analyst St. Louis Operations The people in the office were all, for the most part, nice… Advancement is very limited, the work is monotonous,…
2018 1st Year Analyst Minneapolis Corporate Banking Great work-life balance and flexibility. Most weeks we work… Because the bank is picky about who they choose to have as…
2019 Intern Chicago Syndications Definitely a great company to work for. Higher-ups have… The prestige is not currently there with the firm even…
2018 1st Year Analyst Spokane Real Estate Being able to build a network with PERE firms while working… None yet. Only been here about a year. If I'm forced…
2018 Intern Cincinnati Risk Management * Laid back, ask any questions kind of environment… * No formal training for job

* Learn as…
2018 Other Milwaukee Corporate Development Great benefits and work/life balance. You can take time off… The pay at US Bank is way lower than wall street. You can…
2018 1st Year Associate Nashville Healthcare Great Team, I not kidding enjoy everyone I work with all… Bank can be too conservative lending wise, IT blows.…
2018 Intern Providence N/A Great company culture, lots of free food and a good work-… Some slow days, lot of sitting around at the office with no…
2018 2nd Year Analyst LA Commercial Banking The pay is realatively good.hours are really flexible. Not… Company is real cheap. Do not invest in up to date…
2014 Accountant Milwaukee Operations Overall ok starting job after graduation. Good ops… Very repetitive work. It’s hard to stay focused after doing…
2018 Intern Minneapolis Private Wealth Management -great company culture and team
-interesting work…
-low advancement opportunities
-confusing roles…
2018 Financial Representative Tacoma Retail Banking There is truly a focus on ethics, client advocacy and… The brand doesn't come with much cache' and the…
2017 Other Boston Administration Friendly, competitive compensation, great opportunities to… Work isn't particularly challenging, 401K match could…
2018 Vice President Minneapolis Generalist Great work life balance and great management. People care… Very low pay relative to the market. Difficult credit…
2017 1st Year Analyst New York Corporate Banking Good company culture & work/life balance. Investing… Pay seems to be below industry average. No official credit…
2014 1st Year Analyst Chicago Financial Services great work life balance, always telling you great job and… horrible pay, stagnant workflow at times…
2015 Operations Analyst Milwaukee Operations Work/life balance, nice team members, cafeteria available… Micro-management, low compensation, expensive food in…
2013 Assistant Vice President Chicago Financial Services - Work life balance
- Encouraging paid volunteer…
- Lack of career advancement
- Old school office…
2012 Intern Los Angeles Corporate Banking Flat culture with exposure to senior management, friendly… All deals are credit-related, smaller transactions, not…
2013 US Bank Review Chicago Wealth Management Incredible work life balance. I have bad hours 3-4 days a… The pay and benefits are below what I would expect. Even at…

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