I’m a 23-year-old Business Management Graduate, who quickly realised that I would accomplish more in a job where the financial compensation, reflected your individual performance. I now wake up in the morning with an eagerness to attend the job I worked so hard, through my education to achieve.
Located in the investment and funds team, I learn new information relating to the real estate industry, every day. This knowledge spans the UK and Europe.
I thrive within a social setting and enjoy bringing a light-hearted attitude to the job, priding myself on my ability to execute challenge after challenge throughout a busy day with a smile. Therefore, the idea of managing candidates through, what can be an overwhelming process is well suited to my personality.
I aim to see as much of the world as I can, whether that’s on my own trips or in the future with work. The idea of experiencing other cultures and meeting new people, I wouldn’t ordinarily encounter, excites me.
So, you’ve just graduated from university and completed your degree in Business, Finance, Economics or similar, and have decided that you want to land one of the lucrative investment analyst jobs available. It can be easier said than done. Here are some things to be aware of to help you improve your chances of being hired.