End of the school year means graduation time, and thousands of interns getting pumped for their first foray into investment banking, after recovering from the stress of the application process that is. Although is this just the equivalent of pouring water into a leaky bucket? We’ve written a lot about the “junior banker problem”, and RBS is the latest bank to jump on the bandwagon of fast-tracking promotions to keep analysts happy (although there are *cough* other ways).
In May you may have missed:
Feeling relieved that you can stop making content from scratch and just edit what you’ve already made. Dead simple. (Fix The Pitch)
Data cuisine. Pretty much as it sounds. (DW.com)
Knowing you’re not alone in your frustration with outliers. Chief Content Officer Eric Rattner finds them similarly vexing and suggests three approaches. (Fix The Pitch)
Sticking it to the man. Well, at least knowing that parking ticket was unfairly issued. (I Quant NY)
Treasury team empathy. (Fix The Pitch)
Getting some perspective by seeing how many people in the world are older than you. (Flowing Data)
Adding a new skill to your LinkedIn profile. Combinatorial innovation isn’t just for startups y’know. (Fix The Pitch)
Experiencing all the feels as a data viz. (Atlas of Emotions)
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