Hi - first post here, but I have been looking around for bit.
I have a few questions - some have been covered, but I was looking for specific answers.
1 - I am preparing for an interview right now as a first year analyst. What are good things to focus on for the interview - Questions to ask, questions to be prepared for, etc.
2 - There seems to be a chance I would start mid-year if an offer is given. I read how it is bad idea unless your bonus is prorated. What do you think is the best way to approach this - say summer is the best time for me to start? And if so, what do you think is the best way to present my reasoning for this without saying "Uhh, I'd like my bonus thanks!"
3 - What groups are a healthy balance of hours and pay? Are you asked were your interest is at or are you placed by management?
4 - Any other advice?
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