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Young graduates might be discouraged into thinking that there are no investment banking jobs available in 2009 especially as they look at the gloomy economy forecast but that is just simply not true. There is investment banking jobs out there if you are willing to take the time to look. Companies are starting to pick up again and that means there will be more need for investment banking jobs. The industry is starting to open up again and there will be opportunities to get into the industry, despite the talk of low pay opportunities. Now is the time to make your move and seek out the investment banking jobs and get a head start on the competition.

There are still opportunities to make good money in investment banking jobs, you just need to stay away from the firms that took bailout money such as the bulge bracket firms for now. In terms of general opportunity in the industry at large, investment banking jobs will be on the increase for young people starting out as the experienced are often laid off due to budget cuts or are retiring and getting out of investment banking jobs for good. Many people are held down by the negative feeling of the market these days, and as a young person trying to edge your way in, this is a good opportunity to take advantage of the exodus of personnel and go for the investment banking jobs as the come available.

Markets have a history of bouncing back and since the last several downward swings and investments banks have become even larger and more profitable. Investment banking jobs will always be necessary because specialists must find the people with capital the investment opportunities and that in turn makes sure that investment banking jobs remain the main stay of a striving economic environment. However, you must know where to look for investment banking jobs. The forecast for 2009 shows six areas where you can look for investment banking jobs. First, you can try the smaller investment banks (boutiques). Second, investment banking for the health care industry is a good way to go. Also the restructuring groups in investment banks such as Lazard and Perella Weinberg are booming now in this economy, you will need to do a lot of networking though. There are possibilities opening up in the Asia and Middle East investment banking industry. Risk management investment banking jobs are on the rise, and finally you might try financial planning and wealth management areas as well completing the six areas for open for investment banking jobs.

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