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How to plan an awesome career in finance – with Roy Cohen

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Roy Cohen is a master career coach. His experience as in-house career coach for Goldman Sachs launched a career in which Cohen has helped thousands of financial professionals.

He’s the author of the very useful The Wall Street Professional’s Survival Guide

In this week’s episode of Tradestreaming Radio, you’ll learn about:

  • where the jobs are headed on Wall Street
  • what successful candidates are doing to land their dream jobs
  • common mistakes people make with their financial careers
  • traits shared by top performers

Awesome opportunity

Roy is also joining me at the 4 Days to a Better Job: 2012 Finance Career Bootcamp. You’ll get access to Roy and 8 other experts to literally supercharge your job search. Great if you’re trying to break into Wall Street, hedge funds, etc and equally useful if you’re in the market for a better job.

Loyal listeners of my podcast get an additional 25% off  – if you sign up before January 31. Use the special code PODCAST  to get your discount. Go here to buy your tickets.

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About Roy Cohen

Roy is a career coach on Wall Street and he author of the very useful The Wall Street Professional’s Survival Guide

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