This forum has been extremely helpful with career transition advice, especially within the finance industry. But, I would like to hear more perspective on opportunities for people that don't see themselves in banking for the long-run.
Specifically, if we were to take an above average analyst/associate from an EB (Evercore, Lazard, CVP), a BB (GS, MS, JPM), and a PE firm (KKR, Apollo), which candidate would have the best chance at a top business school (for career transitions)? Also, who would have the most relevant experience for fields like entrepreneurship or VC?
I'll be in banking soon, but I think my career goals differ from the traditional IB->PE poster. Any perspective from people who have been in a similar situation or represent one of the theoretical finance individuals stated would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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