If you want to start a relationship, you probably need to wait until your 2nd or 3rd year of being an Analyst or Associate – you simply work way too much in the beginning.
It’s a poor idea to start dating someone right before you start working – as soon as you start disappearing for days at a time while locked up at the office, they’ll move on.
especially since there role in the financial crisis.
I meannnn, these guys work for the assholes that casually privatized water in Bolivia. He wouldn’t have been allowed to touch us six years ago, so he had plenty of time to perfect his mind game and keeps us interested.Some male bankers are saying they wouldn’t date female bankers because they’re nerds, condescending, materialistic and critical of men.Many say they’d rather date teachers or some exotic trapeze artist–anything different from what they already do. You don’t need a JP Morgan access pass to find him, but you will need to prepare for a sense of entitlement that makes him the closest thing to husband material since Scott Disick came out as straight.No betch wants to be seen next to a Men’s Warehouse summer sale.Hate to use the term 'normal', but didn't know what else to say, just mean girls who aren't in similar industries.The responses to another thread worried me a bit (it was about wealthy men and dating essentially), I'm worried that if i become a banker the only girls i'll be able to date will be 'gold diggers' and i'd like to be able to date someone who likes me for who i am as a person (soppy, i know).Conversely, some women don’t date bankers because they find them self-absorbed, too busy and overly work-focused.Some single women who love bankers retract their love when ‘status’ falls away.You spend most of your time analyzing financial statements and creating 3-statement models – anything more advanced is not as common.In interviews they’ll focus on the “Can you really work 100 hours a week?