What is the point of going to a ivy leauge school, then great business school, then unpaid intern for a year at goldman sachs just to have a shitty long career as an investment banker. long hours, low pay for what you dox and high suicide rates when you can just joina hedgefubd intern to associate at 17 and become a multi millionaire before 30? how do guys like this do it? they beat people who spend a decade in school, what makes that so exceptional?
>when you can just joina hedgefubd intern to associate at 17 and become a multi millionaire before 30?
Getting a foot in on the buyside is typically more demanding than getting in on the sell side though.
>multi millionaire before 30
Charisma, hard work ethic, connections, and a little bit of luck. Why do you think every business major and his brother wants to join a fraternity? Connections connections connections. You can be the valedictorian of your Ivy League class, but banking and sales aren't gunna hire you if you interview like a dead fish.
What do you have to fucking lose?
Make a game out of it and you'll start to love doing it, then you'll find out that it actually can open doors for you.
It will take a while, but whenever you do get an interview you'll be a fucking shark because you've found out not to give a single fuck about what someone else thinks about you.
all the ones you would be getting an internship in have blown up and the rest are looking for engineers and physicists
by being pretty much perfect and having a connection