Everything B-Schools Don't Teach You About the Virtual Job InterviewPaul J. Bailo
I remember walking into the senior vice president’s office at Shearson Lehman Brothers in New York City, résumé in hand, armed with a freshly minted MBA from Wagner College (Class of ’90), and wearing a suit my parents bought me as a graduation gift. I sat down, we spoke, and 60 minutes later I was offered a position as equity researcher on the institutional side of the house.
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