But, says CNNMoney.com, that doesn't mean that no one is hiring. While firms are understandably skittish about the future, they also don't want to find themselves unprepared when, suddenly, large deals need to be vetted and constructed in a year or two. Divisions other than the usual ones (investment banking, asset management, bond trading) are seeing some activity, and the article quotes one source who says some Wall Street names are "(hiring) freshly-minted MBAs in droves." If you've been separated from "the market," and can't bear the thought of leaving it for some other field, it's probably time to explore other sides of the business.
--Posted by Todd Obolsky, Vault Staff Writer
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