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I graduated from B school in 86 and it amazes me that the list of companies is almost identical to the companies we were chasing back then. Of course a couple didn't really exist back then but it's still interesting to see all the familiar names on the list.. I won't pass judgement on whether that list panned out for us but those companies must be doing something right if everyone wants to work there.
I just wish there weren't so many financial companies. It is such a waste for our best and brightest to spend their careers pushing papers and producing nothing. This is coming from an ex-finance guy.
People gravitate to where the easy money are to be made. Finance is such a place where executive bonuses are in the stratosphere. Obviously not all is paper pushing and unproductive work but a lot of it is. Even chief executives of non financial companies must have a firm basis in economics to be able to make the financial judgements in steering their companies to higher profits.
1 million more Americans are now on disability under BO.........
the fastest growing component of federal spending is means tested welfare programs rather than SS or Medicare.........
the feds now operate 69 means tested welfare programs including 2 child care and 8 cash assistance programs..........
welfare spending under BO during his 1st 2 years alone is 2.5 times greater than ANY previous increase in federal welfare spending.........
in 2011, BO spent $694.3 billion on welfare spending ( the states spend 250 billion more).........
Obama's welfare spending is PERMANENT........and his budgets project 10.3 trillion spent on welfare over 10 years.....
each taxpaying household will have to pay 100,000 over 10 years to support BO's welfare plan........
in 2010......taxpaying households paid $638/month in welfare costs......
the clincher......under BO, more people are living in poverty in the US than in 60 years.......
Obama.......the welfare KING! (BO creating more and more poverty each and every day )
That's what I call success!!!!
Congratulations, Graduates! You will go to work for the central state and if you cannot decide a career path within the central organization, the central state will place you according to your abilities and according to the central state's needs.
Welcome to Obamaville.
Amazing how many people are willing to join in on the despicable profession of finanace. These
a-holes continue stealing everybody elses money and getting away with it. Now our younger generation continues the tradition of theft and corruption. Many of these companies have been subject of senate inquirys, investigation for fraud or what have you and yet they are still in the top ten jobs sought after by all our new college grads. Just goes to show the moral degredation of our society as a whole. I wish many of these companies would burn to the ground and their executives would be eaten by sharks...but I dont think the sharks could handle the taste of that much $#!t.
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