I think a lot of people have a misconception of people in finance and banking. A lot of people think we are just spoiled, selfish individuals who would take advantage of anyone (however that is the case with some people).
This bothers me a little because I think I'm the opposite. That leads me to the point and question of this article: what is the most selfless thing you have done in your life?
For me it is making really good resumes for all of my friends and family members (as nerdy as it sounds). I just want to help people around me succeed even if it is for an application to Walmart. I've been doing it for about 2 years now and it makes me happy when one of my friends tells me they got the job or whatever the outcome is.