Long time WSO reader but first time posting, so please bare with me.
I recently graduated a Top 50 public college with an Economic and Political Science major. I was part of multiple clubs and was held multiple positions in my fraternity on campus. I had a 3.5/4.0 GPA and interned at a Commercial Bank the summer after my junior year as an analyst where I mostly helped underwrite loans and build financial models.
My resume is pretty solid IMO and I get a lot of interviews and make it to the final round but I have not gotten an offer yet. I relentlessly try to network through LinkedIn and my school as well as applying to posts on Indeed and through my career center. What really gets to me is that I have a family member in IB and yet I can't get any help.
At this point, I am not really sure what to do. I am dying to know what I am doing wrong in these interviews, and I am not sure what to do other than the continuous applying on Indeed. I need to get real feedback and I need someone to deliver it without sugarcoating it for me otherwise I will never learn.
I would love to read some comments on what you guys struggled with and any tips you can throw at me. My ultimate goal is to somehow break into finance.
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