Jobless Wall Streeters sour on finance careers
New survey of financial job-seekers shows that 41% of them think
finance not as desirable as it once was. Three in five would accept pay cut, but
some ego remains.
The scent of money that drew many professionals to jobs on Wall
Street has been dissipating, according to a survey of out-of-work finance folk
released Wednesday. The survey of financial job-seekers, conducted by financial recruiting
service OneWire.com, showed that 41% of those polled said they no longer believe
finance to be as desirable a career path as they once did. Contrast that to the firm's June survey, when 84% of respondents said they
would still choose a career in finance if given the chance to “start over” in
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