Looking for an entry level job or internship in investment? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
Investment banking is the one that springs to mind most immediately: working with companies and their assets. As a recent grad you’ll likely start out as an analyst and work your way up. This job invites only the best and demands long hours, but pays very well.
You can also become a financial planner, a generalist who coordinates and makes sense of a wealthy individual’s recommendations from all their financial advisors. Depending on the state you may need a license to become a financial planner. Another option is to become a securities analyst and research various companies’ prospects in an industry.
You’ll need a bachelor’s degree and lots of initiative for all of these jobs, as many of them are performance-based, so get your hustle on.
New York Life New York, NY
|PwC Corporate Finance LLC- Analyst (Investment Banking)|
PwC San Francisco, CA
|Investment Banker - Placement Agent|
Pravati Capital Marina Del Rey, CA
|Financial Advisor&Investment Relationship Manager (2016-2646)|
Fisher Investments Camas, WA
|Investment Client Service Liaison|
Equity Trust Company Westlake, OH
|Vice President (Technology), Global Investment Banking|
RBC Capital Markets New York, NY
|Analyst Investment Platform Training & Support|
Deutsche Bank Alloway, NJ
|Investment Management Practice Consultant - AMS|
Raymond James Financial Tampa, FL
|Regional Investment Consultant|
T. Rowe Price Owings Mills, MD
University of Michigan Investment Office Ann Arbor, MI
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