What to pursue?

Wayfair / Sales Ambitious1
Jul 9 6 Comments

I'm on the younger end of life, and beginning to major in finance and economics. in the current economy is this a good decision, and what would be the best career paths to pursue afterwards?

I've considered a career in corporate finance, though I would love to be in business management and leadership. I love the thought of managing a fund, the honestly I'm not sure how much fulfillment I would get and how much I'd be working with other people. Where would you suggest I look, and what opportunities are there to newly graduated finance and economics majors?

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  • how many leetcodes have you done?
    Jul 9 4
    • Wayfair / Sales Ambitious1
      OP
      I have never heard of leetcodes tbh
      Jul 9
    • ur gonna need a bunch for albertsons
      Jul 9
    • Wayfair / Sales Ambitious1
      OP
      Okay. What are they? And why do I need to do them?
      Jul 9
    • Wayfair / Sales Ambitious1
      OP
      I'm not going into programming or computer science
      Jul 9
  • Morgan Stanley janey04
    Def reach out to companies. Intern if you can. Get on a trading floor -
    Contact folks through linked in. Our younger workers are ultra aggressive and work sophomore and junior year summers. We conduct interviews weekly. There are so many directions you can go. Go online and check out job banks. Yes, the industry is consolidating but still very much a great career. Go for it. Be brave. Be bold!
    Jul 12 0