I graduated this summer. I hate my job. I need to try something new.
My original plan was (is?) grad school. But if that doesn't work out, hey, maybe banking could be interesting. I hear you guys make a lot of money. What is the selection process like? I have no relevant experience and zero connections. What would I have to do to get a job?
I have a 3.97 from a "decent but nothing special" school (rank in the high 30s), two degrees, one of which is a BS in econ with a math minor, the other is a BA in a humanities discipline. I am an insane worker so I think I would like ibanking hours. I am quite quantitative and also have quite a bit of statistical programming experience but have only had maybe one finance class. I have no idea what bankers look for. God, being out of school sucks. I have zero direction.
Anyway. Let me know what you think.
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