I'm not talking about theas in operations, risk management, etc. - i'm talking about people with no office - you know like the mailroom guy, the janitor, that type of thing. How can you get to the , or better yet, the C-Suite like how former CEO Sidney Weinberg did? You didn't go to a target, you didn't even go to a non-target, you just ended up sweeping floors at a as a high school dropout.
Sidney Weinberg's story is one of a kind and epitomizes the allure of the American dream and Wall Street. In all seriousness, what are your monkeys experiences and interactions with the "no office" people - the janitor, security guard, etc. and what do you think of them? You probably pay zero attention to them but hey they are still people - maybe even the future CEOs of your firms... likely not though. And srs question, have you seen any of them progress career wise?
PS: Posted this b/c there's a lot of discussion about MO andbut I want to bring to light the truly disenfranchised class of citizens on Wall Street.
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