Categories
Home
Career For College
Tech Schools
Trade Schools
Education Articles
Vocational Centers
Site Map

Articles
Technical Schools
Trade Schools
Career Schools
Education
Online High School Courses
Online High School
Request an Article
   
How do I find a Good Investing Job away from New York City?

Get the Surgical Tech Success Handbook and get in the high-paying medical industry!

Question:
How do I find a Good Investing Job away from New York City?

I'm a recent honors graduate from an accredited business school. I had a good gpa, graduated top of my class in Finance, and have a decent gmat score. My wife and I are moving to Austin, Texas so she can pursue a PhD at UT in psych. My problem is finding a good job away from NYC. I would love to pursue a career on Wall Street, but the PhD is blocking me for a few years. My internship opportunities as an undergrad were incredibly weak and geared toward sales. My passion is in trading (as was my primary focus as an undergrad), but I have yet to find a job that will lead me to a path as a trader. I get tons of phone calls about sales jobs. They can hire anybody for sales. I have friends with sales jobs for banks that have degrees in chemistry and health science. I do not want a sales job. I need something that is challenging, fast paced, intellectually stimulating, and exciting. How do I find a trading job away from NYC and in the area I desire?




Answer:
If you are looking for a new job try these following links http://www.usajobs.gov/ http://www.nytimes.com/ http://www.mediabistro.com/joblistings/.... http://www.topusajobs.com/ http://www.jobbankusa.com/ http://www.bestjobsus.com/ http://www.hotjobs.com/ http://www.allstarjobs.com/ http://www.bestjobsusa.com/ http://www.snagajob.com/



Submit your comment or answer



 
| Home | Career For College | Tech Schools | Trade Schools | Vocational Centers | Site Map | Privacy Policy |