Many students want to become investment bankers. What is the most common degree that investment bankers usually have, and is that the best degree to get if I am sure I want to be an investment banker?
Please tell us what the common compensation range is, what the components of comp are, and how a student would decide if they're getting a reasonably attractive offer. Some common parameters that might be helpful: assume that the range is for a job straight from college based in New York city. If y
McKinsey, Bain, BCG, mainly. Looking for both prep tips on the "case" questions, those puzzlers like "How many shaving razors are sold in the U.S. every year," and any personality "fit" questions. If there are any books or web resources, all the better.
Which companies are the top-tier?
Please explain the factors consulting firms look for in a resume from someone in college when deciding whether or not to call a candidate in for an interview.
Investment banks do a lot more than just "investment banking". Could you please describe what investment banking really means, and what other things investment banks do?
What are some of the paths to getting from beginning of high school to becoming a judge? I know there are many types of judges, so please specify what type you're referring to in your answer. What types of extracurriculars are useful? Thank you in advance!
I'm interested in getting benchmarks on salaries for university graduates in the United States who are going to work at major consulting companies. Is there a big range? Are there any good recent studies?
I want to know what job I should pursue to make the most money?
I have been volunteering, and I have found that I really like working with kids. What careers would allow me to be around kids and work with kids? I have already considered the teaching options, e.g., in a day-care, preschool, or elementary school, but I am looking for other ideas for careers where
I really like talking to people. My mom has told me that I should come a politician. But, I don't know what politicians do. Do politicians get to talk a lot? What is it like to be a politician? I now realize this is perhaps too general of a question, so perhaps what I want to ask is 1) In the United
I like popular mechanics and I'd love to work at a magazine someday. Seems like editors get respect and are in the movies all the time as the top of the magazine. But what do they REALLY do? What's a day-in-the-life of a magazine editor like? Thanks in advance
I'm interested in exploring a career in the military, but I'm not sure exactly what that all entails--whether it's the right choice for me, what the options are within the military, and how to be successful.
I'm interested in education, but I would like to get more experience before I invest in the degree, and I would like to get a better understanding of the different options in education. Any input is greatly appreciated!
What is the career path to working in politics? Politics seems really broad--working in government, working for companies or nonprofits that work with government--and I am a bit confused by the different options. But if I'm interested in figuring out what's politics is like in general (and I do have
I love to draw, paint, and be around art, but I'm not that it's a financially sustainable career option. I'm wondering what types of careers there are in fine art and what the path is to achieving those careers.
I am interested in working internationally, but I am not sure what type of college major or experiences I need to have in order to do so.
I have heard a lot of different things about careers, from friends, family, and teachers, but I really have no idea how to make a decision. How do other people make this decision? When do they make this decision?
How does one become successful in finance? I have heard that it is very competitive, so I'm wondering what I need to do in order to have a successful career in finance.
I love animals, and I would love to have a career where I could work with animals. I know that being a veterinarian is one option, but I'm wondering what other options are available and the path to a successful career working with animals.
I am really interested in becoming a lawyer, but I have heard that it is not easy. I'm wondering how someone can become successful in law.
I really like computers, and I that are and will be a lot of different career options in technology. I'm wondering what I should do now, starting in high school, to prepare for a successful career in technology
I want to work internationally, and I work to work in health care. What are the different options, and how should I prepare myself so that I am successful?
I want to be an engineer and I am also interested in biology. My teachers have told me that I should look into bio-engineering, but I'm wondering what I need to do in order to have a successful career in this field? And what skills I should work on and have?
I am interested in finance, and in particular in private equity. How do I need to do to get a job in private equity investment?
I'm very interested in law enforcement, and I want to work for a police department in a city. What is the career path to working in a metropolitan police department?
Math is my favorite subject in school, but I don't know what kind of careers there are in math-related fields. Could someone provide some information?
I think Google is a really cool company, but I don't really know what people do there. I imagine they are "technology" related jobs, but what does it really entail, and what are the different options?
I am really interested in technology and entrepreneurship. I'm wondering what career options there are related to technology startups?
Ml>I came across this link for a Healthcare Consultant at Arthur D Little. I read the position responsibilities and qualifications and its so vague...