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    Hello everyone!

    The Financial Times has a nice article about how banks are trying to step up their recruiting appeal by emphasizing the quality of life and quality of the roles they will be performing. Banks are also promising to protect weekend leave and holiday time and allow new hires the ability to trade jobs with colleagues based in offices abroad.

    As many of you undoubtedly already know, Amazon and other “Big Tech” recruiters filled the void when banks were in their most recent downturn and today all of the recruiters are pretty much in the same $125,000 to $140,000 salary range. With many applicants pursuing the MBA for a tech-based career, banks have been forced to up their games.

    All of this competition is great for new MBAs and part of the reason we’re so optimistic about the MBA job market.

    Best of luck with your applications!


    David Petersam
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    Austin Becirovic

    The MBA just keeps looking better and better to me



    No wonder no one wants to go to law school. More hours if you can find the work at the same pay.

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