Headhunters are not your friends.
That is the simple message that one former Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst tells every junior banker he mentors.
“They may seem like it — they may try to convince you that they’re your friends — but they’re not,” he said. “They are there to place quality candidates, keep the relationship, and make money by placing you.”
The former analyst, who scored interviews with some of the top hedge funds in the country, said he was able to do so by remembering that single piece of advice.
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Source : BusinessInsider.Com