I agree with herbie14. I think in todays market one needs the highest education possible due to the competition for jobs.herbie14 said:Hi,
I have worked in the city since my a levels i think alot is the right place at the right time and who you know, the city can be very boring unless you have a good job which are very difficult to get...... ask alot of people in the city would you like to stay and there answer will probably be no i would love to be a teacher etc etc... it have great aspects and bad.... i would say get a good education then if you like it great if not you have qualifications to take you to another area of work
Someone has to do the 'glamour' jobs, why can't it be him?anley said:My advice is yes for the City but be a little bit shrewd and don't go for the glamour jobs. Go for the safe and often very lucrative job of Compliance.
Send him packing to Uni trying to take some sort of financial services degree, this should help a lot. A compliance officer with say 5 years experience can easily be earning £50-£150k. A top job can pay many hundreds of thousands.
If I had my time again, this is the route that I'd take.
You obviously have no clue regarding this topic.anley said:Because the glamour jobs are high risk, high return. Compliance jobs have very very very low risk often combined with an excellent salary.
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