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Achievable Podcast #2 – The Hiring Process of Major Financial Firms


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We just finished record our second episode of the Achievable podcast, which focuses on helping you launch your career in finance, covering things like interview tips, hiring trends, and the FINRA exams.

This podcast is for everyone who is interested in working at a top financial firm – like Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, or Fidelity Investments – and many of our tips will also apply to any job search. Brandon and I go through job search best practices before digging into the hiring process of Fortune 500 financial firms. Brandon Rith was formerly a Licensing Instructor at Fidelity for over a decade, so he gives you an inside look at what these firms are looking for and how to maximize your chances for a job offer.

If you’re looking to get a job inside or outside of finance, this podcast is a must listen.

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Achievable Podcast #2 – The Hiring Process of Top Financial Firms

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The FINRA SIE Exam is a new test for students and career switchers that want to show their proficiency in finance. Passing the SIE before applying to jobs will help your resume stand out. The proof is in the results: our students have gone on to jobs at Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, Fidelity Investments, Edward Jones, and many other great firms.

Achievable’s FINRA SIE course is the most modern and effective on the market. We leverage data analytics and learning science to create a personalized study program for you, on your phone, tablet, or computer. Follow it, and we guarantee that you’ll pass.

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