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Networking advice from a Big 4 Partner (which is valuable in EVERY industry)

First, stop thinking that everyone you meet is someone you can get a job out of. If you’re too desperate, you’re not a very attractive person to network with.

In 60 Seconds: An economist explains the financial news

What do the numbers at the end of the news mean?

In 60 Seconds: An economist explains Uber

How is Uber impacting the economy?

In 60 seconds: An economist explains gender diversity
Ever wondered why gender diversity in the workplace matters? And whether having a gender quota…
In 60 Seconds: An economist explains climate change

What does an economist know about climate change?

Inside a Bachelor of Business at UTS

Is there much flexibility?

Working at Deloitte: What it’s like and how to get in

Is getting into Deloitte as hard as everyone says?

Interview advice from a (successful) Deutsche Bank grad

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.”

Cringe, as I tell you about the worst job interview I ever had

When the recruiter just isn’t that impressed.

How to get a BIG 4 recruiter to notice you as a Graduate

Hear first hand what’s included in online testing and what recruiters are looking for

“I have been rejected by the Big 4 in the Audit Division”

“How do I get into the Big 4 when I do not know anyone there and can’t go through the grad recruitment?”

Cash Chronicles: 24 years old, spent $321 on a date & furious

Note: When you meet a guy that is using only 1 of the 8 buttons on his shirt. Chances are, he is bad news.

Cash Chronicles: 26 years old, lost my keys and broke my washing machine

How did she spend $654.50 in a week?

Cash Chronicles: 18 year old, Schoolies Week, Gold Coast

Welcome to The Footnotes Cash Chronicles. The aim is to encourage people to start talking…

I didn’t get a grad offer, now I am an investment banker.

Solve problems that traders don’t even know they have, and then give them solutions.