99% of the wealth in the world was created in the last 100 years.
Resources were allocated in the manner of Kill them and Take their stuff. If you survived pregnancy and your parents not bashing your head on a rock, you had a 50% chance of being killed by another human being. Later Slavery was developed and there was a surplus of manpower, the Egyptians put it to good use and built some shit.
Proto-Capitalism was formed in the 16th century, when the spanish conquistadors... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /biz/, sorry if I'm asking in the wrong place but who knows of any softwares or tools used to make the the video I linked, literally can't find anything (I'm on Mac). I'm starting an e-learning facility if it's any help.
>>1026797 As global wealth continues to increase overall, and poverty continues to decline, people will choose to work fewer hours and for fewer years. But seriously son, you best be fucking saving and investing like your future life depends on it. >because it does
As title states, I am 18 and know very little about saving , investing, budgeting and just finance in general(idiotic parents who taught me literally nothing about things like this). I'm able to teach myself given a good resource or point in right way. What are some good books to read that'll give me a good general knowledge as well as allow me to properly manage my money as well as gain the most out of it?
i'm a undergraduate sophomore and i just got an email saying that UBS liked my resumé and that they want to schedule an interview.
the position is amazing-- a 2 year long private wealth management internship with a 'competitive salary' and i'm going to be completely honest i would die for this opportunity
however i'm not extraordinarily talented, and i have no experience in the financial sector. for a position like this, there must be some insane competition. pic related is the job requirements.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Yes, you're definitely qualified to be a poorly paid intern who cold-calls ancient client lists trying to churn commissions. The fabulous world of "wealth management" is primarily about convincing grannies to sell their Coke stock to buy Pepsi stock so that your boss can generate trading fees. Enjoy.
>>1026743 okay i just realized i formatted this horribly. i just got the email and im really jittery so please forgive me
what i need to learn and need help with: >how can I learn VBA and Excel to the point where I can comfortably utilize it in a financial workspace >where can i learn about company valuation and analysis >what is "backtesting", "idea generation", and "strategy development"?
Looking to switch around banks. I need a couple opinions on what bank to choose for a basic personal checking and credit card. Just want to know where is a good place to bank and what perks if any you get
I'll keep it simple - that resume isn't much use without seeing the job description you're applying for. It might get you an interview for a niche job at Intel for one posting, but it might go straight to the trash for another job posting.
The person (or computer) doing the initial screening is someone in HR who probably doesn't know a whole lot about the technical side, so think - what would they want to see, and can they understand your writing (or at least, the significance of it)?
the only way to get a job at a huge meme company like that is to know someone or be exceptionally qualified.
you had two internships but apparently didn't do much. you shouldn't need to list the courses you took to fill up your resume. they're looking for a succinct summary of your practical, industry experience in a resume; courses/focus is something you mention at the interview.
you can still try to get in through networking. i got an offer with an even more underwhelming resume at Cisco.
>>1026711 The same thing that went wrong with every single country south of the USA: invading a nation and replacing the population is hard as fuck.
The USA is one of the few successes in history and that's only because most of Europe chose it as their focus point for the "new world". Canada only had the USA as their neighbor so they didn't have much to worry about. Everyone else in the Americas are still facing issues to this very day in regards to controlling their population to keep crime down,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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