Finance masters graduates brace for an uncertain market

Truman Slate

As parts of the environment little by little emerge from lockdown, Kelly Chaaya is planning to start off her internship at a international financial institution. But the masters in finance scholar at HEC Paris will not be heading into Citibank’s London business — rather her do the job will be done remotely.

Despite the abnormal conditions and economic uncertainty brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, Ms Chaaya is optimistic about her potential customers in the finance business. “There will be some changes . . . but it is not heading to be as impacted as other sectors, such as the media,” she suggests.

But people completing their MiF programs now be a part of lots of other graduates who will have the complicated task of building a career throughout a period of time of international economic shock.

Sentiment about internships and job features is mixed among the organization schools and

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