Theres no statistical evidence for this but, why is real estate second to most other financial services jobs? Most people in business school are primarily looking for IB, consulting, AM or corporate roles. And even on employment reports of many top b-schools, real estate is rarely even listed, although this could be due to it being merged with out categories.
Either way, why is real estate such an unpopular job destination? You dont have to jump ship as often, you make good money with chances at late 6 to 7 figures and work-life balance is better than most alternatives. Like its flat out better than some jobs like accounting for example. Same hours if not better and a higher pay ceiling.
Anyone know why this is?