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Jul 22, 2010

Irvine hm

Jul 22, 2010

If you like quant, check out San Francisco. I know that is far from you, but I'm just throwing it out there.

Good luck

Yours truly,
The Young Investor

Jul 22, 2010

"I'm very attractive"
game over you win

Sep 23, 2017
Jul 22, 2010

anyone who posts that they are attractive is probably a tool. You should do something where they like to hire tools.

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Jul 22, 2010

Your post makes you sound like an absolute idiot

"does anyone have any suggestions" on what you want? No... that's the part you're supposed to figure out.

And no one cares about your physical specs man this isn't a dating site aha.

Why don't you research the jobs first? You don't sound like you're cut out for S&T so I'd strike that one right off the bat. AM analysts at many large banks work comparable hours to banking.

Look into tech or economic consulting. Seems to be a good balance of the lifestyle and your interests.

Sep 23, 2017

I'm trying to figure out what jobs to research. I'm just now getting started in my research, I don't even know what the jobs are. Like a list of job titles would be of incredible value to me.

Jul 22, 2010

So basically we're looking to find a job for a good looking moron. Have you considered politics?

Jul 22, 2010

For the positions you're interested in, all entry level positions are either 'analyst' or 'consultant'. Job title doesn't get you anywhere.

You'd be better-served researching the duties you'd be doing in those entry-level roles, the evolution of those roles as you scale the seniority ladder, and the overall applicability of your skills (read: exit opps).

Your school should have a subscription to the Vault guides. Start there

Jul 22, 2010

Take the bank teller spot and quit while you're ahead. Or maybe one day, if you're ambitious enough, you might be promoted to Personal Banker / CD and Car Loan Salesman. I emphasize might.

Jul 22, 2010
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still get people saying I have large arms

And how is this a relevant/appropriate detail to share? Are you aspiring to be a bouncer at Cheetahs?

Worry about acquiring some judgement before acquiring a job.

Jul 23, 2010

No one here can tell you what your ideal career is... not to be a douche, but you honestly have to figure that out for yourself. I (and I assume most others on here) were in your position at some point, and it just takes time and effort to learn about all the different careers and jobs. Go through old threads from all the forums on this site (I did this before I even made one post on here... most general questions have already been answered numerous times). Go through articles on M&I, search the internet, go talk to alumni/friends/family that work in different positions, go do an internship, etc... It will definitely take a while, but eventually you'll start to get an idea of what's out there and what may suit you best. No one can (and for your sake, should) do this work for you.

Best of luck man.

Sep 23, 2017
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