Banking jobs will never go out of fashion
Fresh graduates and highly skilled immigrants looking for a career in banking and finance, can apply for jobs at Goldman Sachs , a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm.
Goldman Sachs plans to hire over 3,000 graduates and other skilled professionals this year.
The bank said the recent job cuts have resized its footprint for the current economic environment and it will continue to hire at all levels of the firm.
In a Bloomberg Television interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Goldman Sachs’ International Head, Richard Gnodde said: “We’ve sized the firm to suit what we think the outlook will be. But of course you have to be nimble.”
He said the firm will adapt to the environment but it continues to hire people and expects to add more than 3,000 graduates this year as well as more selectively at all levels of the firm.
The industrywide slowdown and threat of a recession later this year pushed the bank’s leaders to ax as many as 3,200 jobs last week. But the bank is still committed to injecting fresh talent into the organization.
With revenues exceeding $47.37 billion, The Goldman Sachs Group, provides a wide range of financial services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and individuals.