Welcome to Issue #7 of my Project Skills Newsletter. I hope you enjoy this issue!
Are you interested in working in a bank? More specifically, are you interested in working for an investment bank? One of the questions I often get on this website is this: "How hard is it to get a job in investment banking?" There are variants of this question, e.g. getting into private banking, retail banking and such - but the essence is the same.
Getting a job in investment banking is not easy. I live here in Singapore and it is probably one of the most buoyant employment markets in Asia right now.
Even so, I see graduates and mid-career professionals struggling to get into the likes of UBS, Credit Suisse, JP Morgan, CitiGroup or Deutsche Bank ...
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2. More Articles
Example of a business analyst resume
Provides a sample of a business analyst resume, describes major content areas you should mention to help secure an interview.
5 critical skills every project manager should have
Lists the 5 critical skills every project manager must have in order to successfully deliver projects.
The career path of an IT project manager
Discusses the career path of an IT project manager - the roles (e.g. CIO, BA, entrepreneur, lecturer) they can play after they've delivered several IT projects successfully.
5 different ways to get domain knowledge in banking
5 different ways to get domain knowledge in banking. Domain knowledge is becoming more critical in the job market these days.
How does industry knowledge help in project management
This article describes how does industry knowledge help in project management. Industry knowledge provides project managers with more credibility when running a project.
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3. Tip of the Week
My tip of the week is about getting a banking job in Singapore.
I recall when I was 7 years into my IT consulting job (with a major American IT services provider) - I realized I wanted to get into the banking industry to learn domain
At the time, one of the websites I relied a lot on was eFinancialCareers.
Compared to other sites like JobsDB, eFinancialCareers posts some really good opportunities. I also find their insights into the banking industry very useful.
If you're in the market for a banking job, make sure you check out eFinancialCareers!
I hope you all have a great week ahead! If you have any questions, send feel free to send me an email. I’d love to hear from you.
Author, Project Manager & Business Analyst
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