ACCOUNTING, BANKING & FINANCE
Salary jump: From $58,500 at 23 to $150,000 at 29
Be deliberate. Every move you made should have a reason (preferably that you initiated). Never say you left because you were bored or “wanted to try something new.”
The interview process is tough.
You cannot go wrong. You will use it at some point in your life.
When the recruiter just isn’t that impressed.
Hear first hand what’s included in online testing and what recruiters are looking for
“How do I get into the Big 4 when I do not know anyone there and can’t go through the grad recruitment?”
Solve problems that traders don’t even know they have, and then give them solutions.
I used to hate maths but then I realised decimals have a point.
Something to remember: Nothing criminal really disappears, if it isn’t destroyed, it is still there and can be found.
But their pay cheque is bigger than yours.
We swear it’s easy.
(and should be).
More unique than a fingerprint.
And the answers you should give.
The maths checklist to see if you’re capable of studying accounting, you will be surprised.
An internal auditor is usually the middleman who opens conversations between various departments and drives change.
Don’t graduate with regrets and qualifications you’re not interested in.