Better exit options

findingmyway's picture
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I could use people's opinions:

My long-term goals are a top b-school and/or PE. Though I'm graduating with honors from a target school my internship this past summer was with a boutique consulting firm and needless to say my final round i-banking superdays didn't go as well as they needed to. Based on those in the industries (not college kids talking out of their a--), with those two long-term goals in mind, which job would have the POTENTIAL to give me more exit options, consulting at PwC or banking associate in Private Banking/Asset Management at Citi. Also, if anyone could shed light on the starting salaries of either or possible work hours at Citi (obviously the more the better, I want to prepare myself for PE and possibly banking down the line), I would be extremely appreciative. Thanks in advance.

Comments (2)

Feb 21, 2011

Are we talking about AM at Citi or PB at Citi? If the former, what type of group?

There is a fairly large difference between the two as far as the skills you will learn and how those skills relate to your chances for PE.

Feb 21, 2011