Hey everyone, new to the forum, would love some advice with this. I'm looking to secure an analyst position, but I know that's near impossible to do at this point being that most firms have stopped hiring for the year. However, I have offers from these two firms, and while I know they aren't that hard to come by, I was wondering which would be better to put on my resume if I'm hoping to move up when hiring season starts again? Are there any other companies in this industry that I should look at, and should I be doing something instead of this that looks more attractive to banks? Thanks everyone, looking forward to seeing what everyone has to say.
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