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Sep 2, 2010

leverage those offers at Jefferies

Sep 2, 2010
Guest1655:

leverage those offers at Jefferies

+1

Sep 2, 2010

MS good to their employee... GS good to their shareholders...

Sep 3, 2010

Dont work at MS. They wont even let you search for porn on Bloomberg.

You know you've been working too hard when you stop dreaming about bottles of champagne and hordes of naked women, and start dreaming about conditional formatting and circular references.

Sep 3, 2010

I would go with the GS offer but I'm a rep whore.

Sep 4, 2010

leverage those offers to land a gig at Harris Williams, because the MDs there will bat the shit out of you to get you into top PE firms

Sep 23, 2010

both are good choices, you've clearly done well for yourself. I wouldn't worry too much about generalist.. often that is a good thing.

Sep 4, 2010

pick the one where you like the people

Sep 5, 2010
Socal:

pick the one where you like the people

+1

Sep 9, 2010

Take GS.

This isn't even a close comparison. MS is a great firm, but GS is better by a long shot -- and not just in terms of reputation and dealflow. The two banks used to be a lot closer pre-2007, but MS isn't going to close this gap during your two-year analyst stint.

Consider the most recent Vault rankings across all categories: http://www.vault.com/wps/portal/usa/blogs/entry-de...
How many times does GS appear? How many times does any other bulge bracket appear?

Sep 9, 2010
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