Wealth management analysts work long hours—8 a.m. to 8 p.m. can be typical. They may travel with partners to meet investors or to attend conferences. At investment banks, analysts will have use of the latest office equipment and financial software to do their work. Many top firms place a strong emphasis on creating a positive work environment that encourages diversity. For example, Morgan Stanley has more than 25 networking groups that help keep its employees engaged and that promote a culture of inclusion, including the Wealth Management Multicultural Employee Networking Group, Wealth Management Women’s Employee Networking Group, and Pride (LGBT) and Ally Employee Networking Group. You can learn about a company’s work environment by visiting their Web sites or by checking out Web sites such as GlassDoor.com, which provide employee reviews of major companies.
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