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How to Get Real-Life Career Experience During Your PhD Program
by / on 19/04/2018 at 16:00 / in The Review

How to Get Real-Life Career Experience During Your PhD Program

Everything you do as a graduate student is building toward that time when you finally go on the job market (kind of like when you were in college). And maybe you’re looking for options outside academia because you’ve heard how tough landing a tenure-track job is. Or, maybe you’re not sure what type of career you’d like and want to […]

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The 25 Highest-Earning Hedge Fund Managers And Traders
by / on 18/04/2018 at 12:00 / in The Review

The 25 Highest-Earning Hedge Fund Managers And Traders

The hedge fund industry, the richest corner of Wall Street, has generally been unable to keep up with the surging bull market that has lifted stocks around the world in recent years. Last year was no exception. The average hedge fund manager returned 8.5% net of fees in 2017, according to HFR, compared to the 21.8% return of the Standard […]

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10 Things Millennials Need To Be Marketable In Finance Jobs
by / on 17/04/2018 at 13:30 / in The Review

10 Things Millennials Need To Be Marketable In Finance Jobs

The finance industry can be competitive and challenging to break into initially. I still remember my early years working in the industry; it was fast-paced, overwhelming and exciting all in one. Now, as the millennial generation moves into the workforce, they must find ways to set themselves apart from the competition and make it to the top of a very […]

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Briefly. . . On Investing in India: A Study in Contrasts
by / on 17/04/2018 at 12:00 / in The Review

Briefly. . . On Investing in India: A Study in Contrasts

For investors, India’s biggest challenges are also its biggest opportunities. Earlier this month, Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) took a group of 21 institutional investors to India to meet with policymakers and corporate leaders across New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru. Katie Koch, global head of client portfolio management and business strategy for GSAM Fundamental Equity, shared highlights from the trip. […]

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These 4 Tips Will Take Your Interview Prowess to the Next Level
by / on 16/04/2018 at 15:05 / in The Review

These 4 Tips Will Take Your Interview Prowess to the Next Level

Sponsored by Dr Pepper: The One You Crave When it comes to job interviews, you already know all of the standard advice. You should do plenty of research beforehand, prepare answers for the most commonly asked questions, and show up dressed and ready (please, iron that shirt of yours) to put your very best foot forward. Yes, when it comes to nailing […]

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The 9 Rules of Being an Adult at Work
by / on 12/04/2018 at 12:00 / in The Review

The 9 Rules of Being an Adult at Work

We all think we have it together at work. But then something happens—an annoying co-worker, a failed project, a company restructuring—that makes us, well, act a bit out of our element. So, it’s important every once in a while to be reminded of what it means to be a responsible and mature adult in the office. Because otherwise, we could cost ourselves […]

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Ask The Engineering Recruiters by Goldman Sachs
by / on 11/04/2018 at 15:00 / in The Review

Ask The Engineering Recruiters by Goldman Sachs

Recruiters Catherine and Mallory discuss Engineering career opportunities at Goldman Sachs. Q: How does Goldman Sachs define “engineering” as it relates to roles at the firm? Mallory:  The word “engineering,” as it relates to roles at the firm, is referring to individuals who are passionate about solving the most challenging problems for our clients through math and software. Our engineers […]

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Return of Market Bears, Rise of Bond Bulls
by / on 10/04/2018 at 10:45 / in The Review

Return of Market Bears, Rise of Bond Bulls

The bears are back in force. According to the April QuickPoll, the Goldman Sachs Securities Division’s monthly survey of global clients on leading market drivers, negative market sentiment continued to climb amid worries over trade and volatility. Oscar Ostlund, head of the New York Market Strats in the Securities Division, shared his thoughts on the survey’s findings. Last month’s QuickPoll […]

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Women in tech share painful stories about getting paid less than the guy working next to them
by / on 10/04/2018 at 09:00 / in The Review

Women in tech share painful stories about getting paid less than the guy working next to them

Tuesday is Equal Pay Day and it’s traditional to wear red to work in solidarity. Tech companies, for all their hand-wringing about attracting more women to the industry, still don’t pay women equally to men, new research finds. A documentary called Chasing Grace by a former Linux Foundation exec is sharing women’s stories about discovering they were getting paid less. […]

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An Introvert’s Advice to Dealing With Intimidating People
by / on 09/04/2018 at 12:15 / in The Review

An Introvert’s Advice to Dealing With Intimidating People

Communicating with someone who intimidates you can be quite the daunting task. If you’ve ever found yourself stuttering, stammering, or even radio silent in the presence of a more menacing personality, I feel your pain. As a staunch introvert, loud, aggressive, or insensitive people intimidated me (and sometimes they still do). I avoided them like the plague. When Ihad to […]

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