Recruiting: The Seeds of A Dream
1. According to the authors, what did the Wall Street Business machine do to new MBA graduates?
(a) Created monsters that were difficult to control.
(b) Made them wealthy than they ever dreamed.
(c) Turned them into indentured servants.
(d) Exposed them to the finer things in life.
2. What do top investment banking firms usually seek?
(a) Graduates from priemer business grad schools.
(b) More money.
(c) Eager, investment bankers from other companies.
(d) Smart graduates.
3. What did new graduates start out as at investment banking firms?
(a) Junior vice presidents.
(b) Managing directors.
(c) Word processors.
(d) Associates and analysts.
4. This job in investment banking has no hopes for advancement. Employees are paid huge salaries but for two or three years live under harsh, abusive conditions until they can go back to school for their MBA degrees.
(b) Managing director.
(d) Vice President.
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