In the Margins

Rekenthaler: Top grads avoiding fund industry

November 21, 2017

By Morningstar

In 2006, 46% of Princeton seniors who had jobs lined up when they graduated chose finance, according to Morningstar's Rekenthaler Report. Many joined mutual fund companies, to work in research or investment management. However, because of the 2008 financial crisis and the success of index funds, the percentage of top grads entering the fund industry has slipped. Read the original story from Morningstar

 

 

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