Bare with me as I am new as I am sure you can see by post count and join date. I've done a fair bit of reading through this forum, but have yet to find a full, proper description of what you would do in s&t on a daily basis. IB has this information available, but not S&T that I've seen.
I do not know which path would be best for me, and without understanding the differences between the two, I find it hard to know which path is best for me. Obviously undergrad school is an important choice too based on which way I wish to go. From what I've read, S&T is very heavy on performance whereas IB is just about grinding out long hours. Apart from that and hours worked, I really don't know much else about S&T from an analyst level up.
Can anyone point me in the right direct if I've missed an important thread? Otherwise, any information would be greatly appreciated.
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