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Hedge Fund Healthcare Analyst, New York, NY:
Top global multi-billion dollar healthcare investment firm seeks hedge fund analyst. 1+ years investment banking/equity research experience preferred.

Vice President / M&A Associate, New York, NY:
Leading financial services firm that provides M&A and corporate finance advisory and capital raising services seeks Associate / Vice President to join the New York team. Candidates should have experience working at top investment banking firms, consulting or private equity
Investment Banking Analyst, New York, NY:
Leading Investment Banking and Financial Advisory Firm seeks
investment banking analyst. Strong knowledge of finance, economics or
mathematics, excellent quantitative skills and equally strong writing
skills required.
Private Equity Associate, Los Angeles, CA:
Quickly growing private equity firm seeks motivated and intelligent
Private Equity Associates to perform fund-level due diligence and
industry research. Candidates should have a finance or related degree
Trading/Research Assistant, New York, NY:
Prominent trading firm seeks Trading/Research Assistant. This is a
position for a graduating senior.


The Art Of The Farewell

Not everyone gets to write a New York Times Op-Ed when they quit their job, however disaffected. It’s also easier to quit a job after twelve years of cashing investment banking paychecks. No matter how “morally bankrupt” Goldman Sachs is, Greg Smith isn’t giving his bonuses back. Unlike Smith, who quit his job on his own terms and got to publish most of his resume in the Times, most of corporate America isn’t as lucky – and almost everyone in corporate America really wants to quit their job. So what are you supposed to do if you can’t get any above-the-fold space in a major newspaper? You have to burn bridges the old fashioned way – by writing a farewell email.