[Guide] MoneyMaxxing Careers

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Hi guys, it's gonna be my first post in this forum.
I'm gonna share my careercelling knowledge with you incels to moneymax.
As times passes by i will try my best to add the new things i learn or that i didn't knew about.
Of course any help is welcome !

Ps : English isn't my first language so don't hesitate to correct me.

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The conditions to follow this guide :
90+ IQ
Non deformed face
Not too poor

I will start with the easiest careers/ lowest iq to the hardest / highest iq :

First one : Big Four Accounting

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"The Big Four is the nickname used to refer collectively to the four largest professional services networks in the world, consisting of Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers. The four networks are often grouped together for a number of reasons; they are each comparable in size relative to the rest of the market, both in terms of revenue and workforce; they are each considered equal in their ability to provide a wide scope of quality professional services to their clients; and, among those looking to start a career in professional services, particularly accounting, they are considered equally attractive networks to work in, because of the frequency with which these firms engage with Fortune 500 companies."

Conditions :
Bachelor's in Accounting
3.0+ GPA
90 IQ minimum

Salaries :
Depends on your city/country

In the us, the starting salary is 40-60k.
3-5 years of experience is 60-80k
5-7 years of experience is 100-130k
7 years + 150-1mm depending if you can become a partner or not

Second : Investment Banking

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"An investment bank is a financial services company or corporate division that engages in advisory-based financial transactions on behalf of individuals, corporations, and governments. Traditionally associated with corporate finance, such a bank might assist in raising financial capital by underwriting or acting as the client's agent in the issuance of securities. An investment bank may also assist companies involved in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and provide ancillary services such as market making, trading of derivatives and equity securities, and FICC services (fixed income instruments, currencies, and commodities). Most investment banks maintain prime brokerage and asset management departments in conjunction with their investment research businesses. As an industry, it is broken up into the Bulge Bracket (upper tier), Middle Market (mid-level businesses), and boutique market (specialized businesses)."

Conditions :

100 iq minimum
High Testosterone levels so you don't kill yourself with the 80 hours of working every week
Tier 2 University MINIMUM
3.5+ GPA


Salaries :

You start at 60-70k and you can end up at a few mils a year if you can sustain staying in the field for over 15 years.

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I will continue the thread tomorrow with biglaw, quants, hedge funds, private equity, FAANG and management consulting.
 
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second tip is legit. first tip is alright, but big 3 consulting mogs big 4 accounting
also the MOST IMPORTANT condition for all of these is ATTEND A TARGET SCHOOL
 
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Btw @OP, regarding your first point... Accounting is being automated lol. I was actually just searching around a couple days ago, and found a new startup up so to speak that's exploding, they have offices in the US, UK, Germany, Scandinavia etc. Their sole purpose is to automate accounting. Over if you choose that field.

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Btw @OP, regarding your first point... Accounting is being automated lol. I was actually just searching around a couple days ago, and found a new startup up so to speak that's exploding, they have offices in the US, UK, Germany, Scandinavia etc. Their sole purpose is to automate accounting. Over if you choose that field.

@Gosick
yea, I feel bad for the out of touch incoming freshman all majoring in accounting. Its going to be over sooner then ppl think

STEM or Rope tbh. Then again you dont necessarily need a degree to get a career in comp science as long as you have connections. Connections/Networking usually mattters more but most ppl dont have that. Hence, why Uni is important not only to studycel but to network hard or you can go full autist and major in Business and party hard
 
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I'm from Romania, how does this apply to me?
 
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Investment Banking is hopeless career to pursue if you didnt go to a top 25 business school.
lie. top 25 school is more apt. Business school is for an MBA, and is what you do when you've finished your stint in Investment Banking and want to move into Private Equity/ Hedge Funds. In fact, any major will do for IBanking, provided it is from a Top school.
 
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yea, I feel bad for the out of touch incoming freshman all majoring in accounting. Its going to be over sooner then ppl think

STEM or Rope tbh. Then again you dont necessarily need a degree to get a career in comp science as long as you have connections. Connections/Networking usually mattters more but most ppl dont have that. Hence, why Uni is important not only to studycel but to network hard or you can go full autist and major in Business and party hard
Yeah that's true af. And tbh, even with some of the stuff that's being automated. Some of the knowledge is still somewhat valuable. I don't know anything about accounting, but isn't there a bunch of rules, regulations, etc, etc? What I'm trying to get at is that some of the knowledge is gonna be useful, and the robot, and the auotmation is still going to need oversight by people who know what they're doing. Maybe certain things you have to do manually etc. An example is maybe machine learning. 80% of it will eventually be automated, but I highly doubt 100% will. You still gonna need people who know what is going on, what is happening, understand the theory, what is being automated, why it's being automated, that the right thing is being auotmated, etc. Start the right process, steps etc.

Who knows how long accounting for instance is gonna last though? For all we know majority of it might be gone in 10 years. It's not gonna last your whole 40 year long career, that's for sure. And obviously as more get automated, the less employees you'll need. So it's gonna be hard to break into the field, and salaries are going to drop, since you have a shit ton of people with accounting degrees, but only need a small number of employees on a global scale.
 
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bruh just do traditional investments
 
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second tip is legit. first tip is alright, but big 3 consulting mogs big 4 accounting
also the MOST IMPORTANT condition for all of these is ATTEND A TARGET SCHOOL
Obviously, hence i'm gonna talk about them later since they are on a higher tier and way harder to get into than a mere accounting job.

this nigga just copy pasted a paragraph from wikipedia smh
Low iq

Investment Banking is hopeless career to pursue if you didnt go to a top 25 business school.
Yes and no, even if you did a shitty school you can pursue a finance MS in a target school if you had decent grades during your undergrad.
( This applies for EU, no idea how it works in the US)

I'm from Romania, how does this apply to me?
ROPE and reincarnate in first world

Btw @OP, regarding your first point... Accounting is being automated lol. I was actually just searching around a couple days ago, and found a new startup up so to speak that's exploding, they have offices in the US, UK, Germany, Scandinavia etc. Their sole purpose is to automate accounting. Over if you choose that field.

@Gosick
Yes i know about that but auditing will sitll need people in it, it will most likely reduce recruitements but i highly doub it will completely erase the job since there are client interactions in the big fours.

It's different from low tier accounting since your job is to "confirm" that the data is correct.
 
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yes because some guy with a forex youtube channel will teach you how to invest better than a centuries old company with billions of assets under management
i never said that retard lmao
 
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yes because some guy with a forex youtube channel will teach you how to invest better than a centuries old company with billions of assets under management
Blackpill : when you're in these companies most of the time your contract prohibits you from buying etfs and a major percentage of the stocks available on the market so your only hope is to boomer investmentmax :feelswhy:
 
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Accounting for the company itself is getting automated. The part where an external company checks another company accounting, like profits debts etc. is not automated. That is the place where some money can be made. It's just boring asf since you check numbers all day and have to learn all the laws. Day trading is pure scam. Like 90% of people make loss, since you have to compete against hedge funds. 70% of the people that make profit makes less then minimum income.
 
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Blackpill : when you're in these companies most of the time your contract prohibits you from buying etfs and a major percentage of the stocks available on the market so your only hope is to boomer investmentmax :feelswhy:
true. but in private equity funds they let you co-invest, basically put your own funds in the deal. there's also things like carried interest. apparantely one pe partner made 20 million of ONE DEAL in carried interest jfl
 
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Hi guys, it's gonna be my first post in this forum.
I'm gonna share my careercelling knowledge with you incels to moneymax.
As times passes by i will try my best to add the new things i learn or that i didn't knew about.
Of course any help is welcome !

Ps : English isn't my first language so don't hesitate to correct me.

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The conditions to follow this guide :
90+ IQ
Non deformed face
Not too poor

I will start with the easiest careers/ lowest iq to the hardest / highest iq :

First one : Big Four Accounting

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"The Big Four is the nickname used to refer collectively to the four largest professional services networks in the world, consisting of Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers. The four networks are often grouped together for a number of reasons; they are each comparable in size relative to the rest of the market, both in terms of revenue and workforce; they are each considered equal in their ability to provide a wide scope of quality professional services to their clients; and, among those looking to start a career in professional services, particularly accounting, they are considered equally attractive networks to work in, because of the frequency with which these firms engage with Fortune 500 companies."

Conditions :
Bachelor's in Accounting
3.0+ GPA
90 IQ minimum

Salaries :
Depends on your city/country

In the us, the starting salary is 40-60k.
3-5 years of experience is 60-80k
5-7 years of experience is 100-130k
7 years + 150-1mm depending if you can become a partner or not

Second : Investment Banking

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"An investment bank is a financial services company or corporate division that engages in advisory-based financial transactions on behalf of individuals, corporations, and governments. Traditionally associated with corporate finance, such a bank might assist in raising financial capital by underwriting or acting as the client's agent in the issuance of securities. An investment bank may also assist companies involved in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and provide ancillary services such as market making, trading of derivatives and equity securities, and FICC services (fixed income instruments, currencies, and commodities). Most investment banks maintain prime brokerage and asset management departments in conjunction with their investment research businesses. As an industry, it is broken up into the Bulge Bracket (upper tier), Middle Market (mid-level businesses), and boutique market (specialized businesses)."

Conditions :

100 iq minimum
High Testosterone levels so you don't kill yourself with the 80 hours of working every week
Tier 2 University MINIMUM
3.5+ GPA


Salaries :

You start at 60-70k and you can end up at a few mils a year if you can sustain staying in the field for over 15 years.

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I will continue the thread tomorrow with biglaw, quants, hedge funds, private equity, FAANG and management consulting.
good thread op, i majored in finance and accounting and saw all of the career paths you mentioned from within.

what i would add though is Asset Management since you still earn good money there and don't have to work as much as in Investment Banking. effectively you have a higher wage/hour in that field + a life outside your job
 
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good thread op, i majored in finance and accounting and saw all of the career paths you mentioned from within.

what i would add though is Asset Management since you still earn good money there and don't have to work as much as in Investment Banking. effectively you have a higher wage/hour in that field + a life outside your job
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i fucking suck dick at economy classes and hate it.
 
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Yeah that's true af. And tbh, even with some of the stuff that's being automated. Some of the knowledge is still somewhat valuable. I don't know anything about accounting, but isn't there a bunch of rules, regulations, etc, etc? What I'm trying to get at is that some of the knowledge is gonna be useful, and the robot, and the auotmation is still going to need oversight by people who know what they're doing. Maybe certain things you have to do manually etc. An example is maybe machine learning. 80% of it will eventually be automated, but I highly doubt 100% will. You still gonna need people who know what is going on, what is happening, understand the theory, what is being automated, why it's being automated, that the right thing is being auotmated, etc. Start the right process, steps etc.

Who knows how long accounting for instance is gonna last though? For all we know majority of it might be gone in 10 years. It's not gonna last your whole 40 year long career, that's for sure. And obviously as more get automated, the less employees you'll need. So it's gonna be hard to break into the field, and salaries are going to drop, since you have a shit ton of people with accounting degrees, but only need a small number of employees on a global scale.
Accounting is pretty much just knowing a ton of definitions, where things go where and simple math/forumlas etc so yea. I guess you can oversee if the AI is doing everything right but the overall output of your service will be dramatically lower then what it was before. So, yea the pay will be lower for sure. Accounting itself is actually alot easier compared to STEM., It doesnt require high iq but you still need to put in effort. STEM on the otherhand, you need somewhat above average iq and a good work ethic course.

I think now is the best time to probably pursue a youtube career/content creation or something that involves human value so automation doesnt fck you over in the future. This is just advice for any gling white guy imo, This train of thought is hopeless for uglo ethnics.
 
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and here i am probably about to study history or scandinavian studies :lul:
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just study something easy in norway then work in norway.

careermax is cope
not planning on working bhai
can you neet easily in norway?
 
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Venture Capital / Private Equity / Hedgefund Associate is probably the ideal career if you also want to become an entrepreneur but a Business Informatics or Industrial Engineering degree is better to apply there than a business & economics degree
 
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hope accounting doesn't get automated in this lifetime since I already have my associates in it lol
 
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The sad reality is 90% of you won't get a money maxxing career. Kids have big dreams but real life gets in the way. Accounting is boring af, and Finance is more about who you know.

Doesn't really matter what you do, what's important is connections. Go to a good college, join a frat. I didn't do either and it's the biggest mistake I've made. Hard to make connections after school. Applying for jobs even if you have a good degree and skill without connections is like being ugly and going on Tinder. Majority of jobs people hold in corporate world could honestly be done by 90% of the population.

If you're not going to school to be a doctor or engineer, then just do whatever you feel like you wont stab yourself in the eyes for doing 40 hours a week and MAKE CONNECTIONS. I know that's tricky for a bunch of non-NT autists, but it's the reality of the world, and honestly just getting worse in the age of social media and social credit.
 
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More like top 5
In the US the top 20 business schools are pretty heavily recruited by investment banks for associate roles. Top 10 is a safer bet though.
 
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