First of all, it's according to how many people responded to the career survey, so everything is self-reported material. Of course we can assume that a good number out of the 350 graduates did the survey, and most probably answered as accurately as possible. But still, the 40% is not 40% of students but rather 40% of respondents.
The real % we need to know is % going into a BB (or top boutique) in NYC as an IB analyst
I know a Ross student who graduated in 2004. He went to GS. He said only one other person that year became an analyst in IB in NYC. The rest were non-IB positions and/or not in NYC. I'll try to get more details on that, but that's what he said.
None of you kids are getting in investment banking.
the real % we need to know is % going into a BB (or top boutique) in NYC as an IB analyst
Regarding this, however, I will say: Speak for yourself buddy haha.
Haha you are trying to get into IBanking, have fun failing. I wouldn't even want to get into IBanking even if I got in. For people with no life.
Truth is 98% of you aren't getting in.
The few I knew had 3.95+ GPA's, president of investment clubs, 2-3 relevant internships in finance. Either/or, I'm curious what you have going for you.
Thats the difference between attending a target and a non-target.
Dunno I just wanna know all your credentials, since you guys are overqualified for IBanking just from going to a target school.