How young people should think about a career in finance finance graduate

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Finding a job that you love and can do well takes time, experience and effort. So be patient early on says Tim Bennett in this short video. .

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17 comments

jordan Mole 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

Cheers Tim, quality vid.

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Francisco Romero 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

You're a good man

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waltter zane 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

i just got out of the military and i want to persue a career in finance

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Nick Vledder 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

Seems like an honest video to me.

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umba gumba 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

Watching this in 7th grade so I can I have my life planned out 🙂

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D'Arcy Forrester 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

Never usually like/dislike videos let alone comment, but I have to say I feel more motivated to be more open minded after watching your video, you said exactly what I needed to hear! Thankyou!

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Guido Vizoso 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

Great vid

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Noahster 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

why does he look like martin from Friday bight dinner? But still, good vid man

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Pratik Khanna 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

Hey, Afzal, I am not great at Maths and Accounts, My fav subject in business and finance. So what do suggest me to do as a career? right now I am doing ​@t in Manipal Dubai
What Career Should I go with ( name of a job ) And yeah talking about a dream job , I like travelling and convincing people?

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keshav kapoor 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

a great video!

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Xez1919 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

What career advice do you have for someone who:

– graduated in economics from a target university
– values a great work-life balance
– seeks to manage own fund and/or business in the long-term (not endowed with the required capital)
– secured a rotational finance graduate program in a f500 (m&a, trading, controlling, etc.)

– Proceed with the f500 finance graduate program? Stay in an f500 or switch to IB?
– get a CFA/ CAIA?
– What roles allow to generate the required capital the fastest, while still maintaining a work load below 60h/week?
— IB?
— hedge fund?
— asset management?
— energy/ commodities trading?

I know this is pretty random, but I just try my luck 🙂 any oponion is appreciated.

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Ayesha Abiola 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

Hey I need some advice on deciding on starting my career in financial service between two different big firms and would love your advice on weighing up the pros and cons between both. Anywhere I could message privately for your opinion? Regards x

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SolidHelion 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

Excellent advice! Keep 'em comin'! 🙂 Cheers!

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rob wulz 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

" If i was talking to my 18 year old me " .
Don't even go there !

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Caren Jacks 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

Nice, thanks Tim. All roads lead back to Accounting 😂

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Paul Fisher 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

Thanks for these amazing videos.

I have to say, the sound quality in the last few has been poor – a lot of resonation and echoing, and 'maxing out' of the input. Would be worth checking, and fixing.

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Mokrini Mehdi 17/12/2021 - 5:09 Chiều

Thank you very much Tim, we tend to think of success in a linear fashion. Your insight is highly appreciated.

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