Happy Lunar New Year! May the new year bring you success and happiness!
Do you still remember Long, the startup kid I had the chance to share his story before? Meet him again to learn more about the startup life in the U.S. and find out if it’s right for you.
The original story was posted on Long’s personal blog. Continue reading “LONG PHAM – Why You Should NOT Work for a Startup as Your First Job”
Minh Uong, based in New York, works as an Investment Banking Analyst at Credit Suisse. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Skidmore College in 2014 with a major in Economics. Enjoy our interview with this outstanding man. Continue reading “MINH UONG – Interview with an Investment Banker”
Author: Cam-Van Bui (London School of Economics and Political Science, BSc ’13), former Management Consultant at Deloitte London. Continue reading “CAM-VAN BUI – “Why do you stay in a prison, when the door is wide open?””
When I first started “How I got my job in the U.S.“, Aniruddha, a friend of mine, told me several times that he will be the next person on my page. That has inspired me a lot as I know by that time, he was struggling to find a job after graduation. Aniruddha is now working as a Senior Knowledge Analyst at The Boston Consulting Group in Boston. Continue reading “ANIRUDDHA KOKARE – “The next person on your page””
What would you do if you got a job offer, the company agreed to sponsor your H-1B visa, but later on did not keep their promise? My friend, Hiep Tran, a mechanical engineering student was in that situation. And what he did and has achieved is just purely amazing! Continue reading “HIEP TRAN – Life is unfair and you just need to grind harder the next day”
Ngan Nguyen, an MBA Graduate at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill got both her internship and full time job at the last minute. She wanted to name her story “Be Prepared for Luck” but I believe it’s all about her hard work that paid off. Read the story of Ngan, a current Business Analysis Manager at Capital One in Richmond, Virginia. Continue reading “NGAN NGUYEN – Be Prepared for Luck”
Imagine your little brother just got accepted to a college in the U.S., what career advice would you give him, if the kid is really interested in industry A?
This could be a game plan that you might want to share with him: Continue reading “Job Search Game Plan for Undergraduate Student”
Author: Mai Le, a talented Vietnamese girl who is working as an Investment Banking Analyst at Goldman Sachs in London. Continue reading “MAI LE – Reflections of a Goldman Sachs Investment Banker”
Today, I am happy to have Khanh P. Ngo, an economic consultant at Analysis Group as the first interviewee of How I got my job in the U.S. We will ask Khanh about how he got his job, his experience with the company as well as many other interesting topics. Enjoy! Continue reading “KHANH P. NGO – Interview with an Economic Consultant”