In recent weeks, much of the news coming out of the investment banking world has been about pay cuts, job reductions, and compensation clawbacks at Goldman Sachs (GS), Morgan Stanley (MS), Deutsche Bank (DB), JPMorgan Chase (JPM), and elsewhere. There has always been a love affair between the finance industry and MBAs (financial services took nearly 40 percent of Wharton‘s 2012 graduating class), in no small part because of salaries. Without the money, or at least the certainty of money, will the love last?
Recently, Bloomberg Businessweek initiated this very conversation on the Business School Forums. Tell us what you think about the changes the industry is undergoing and whether you still want to work for the banks. Share your opinion on the “Is Financial Services Less Attractive?” discussion thread.
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