Hello, I'm looking at entry-level jobs and I was wondering which of these fields would better suit my long-term career goals. I am currently majoring in Economics at a non-target state school (3.7 expected GPA).
I'm aiming to get into a top MBA later down the line, so would Corporate Banking or corporate finance (FP&A) give me better leverage?
My ultimate career goal is in Asset Management (perhaps portfolio management?), so which of these jobs would provide me with more relevant/transferable skills?
Finally, from what I understand Corp Fin is very accounting-based, but I have no idea what kind of work Corp Banking entails. Would Corp Banking be more finance-oriented than Corp Fin?
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