Throughout the recruiting process this year, I wanted to go somewhere "untraditional" (NOT NYC/Chicago/SF, although I did recruit at a few places). I have two outstanding offers--one for a firm in Atlanta (don't want to give too much away, let's say MM IB/PE), and another in Minneapolis (think IB or PE as well).
Background: I'm from the east coast and am attending a southern school (not in Georgia). Definitely want to be something new/try something different after I graduate. Both cities have their individual appeal. Anyone care to weigh in with their advice?
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