Recruiting timeline is ridiculous
Recently got an offer (summer 2022) from a bank which I would be happy to work at. The caveat is that I only have a week to accept and would still be interested in exploring other options.
It is insane that the timeline for recruiting has moved up to the point where it is now. Do banks actually think this is a good way to find candidates? If a kid has gotten a 4.0 just taking plant bio or whatever other bullshit gen ed classes through their first 1.5 semesters of school how can you possibly judge how they'll perform in a real world job or whether they're actually interested in finance?