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Analysts typically work at an investment bank firm for two to three years before being leaving to earn their MBAs, found a start-up, or work at private equity, venture capital, or hedge fund firms. Those who go back to school to earn an MBA may re-enter the investment banking industry as associates, who supervise the work of analysts and handle more complex tasks. After years of experience, they can advance to the positions of vice president, director, and managing director.  

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