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17 hrs ago

BlackRock Pricing Associate – new

Blackrock USA Seattle, WA

• Assist in the preparation of investment valuations for investments valued internally • Coordinate receipt of financial statements and provide to… eFinancialCareers

6 days ago

BlackRock Front End Web Developer Designer

Blackrock USA Seattle, WA

Job Purpose This position is for a web developer with a primary focus on front-end design. The developer will be asked to design and develop… eFinancialCareers

7 days ago

BlackRock Client Technical Services Analyst

Blackrock USA Seattle, WA

calls for a diverse range of expertise. Client Technical Services (CTS) is part of Core Systems Operations (CSO) in the Aladdin Product Group… eFinancialCareers

7 days ago

BlackRock Senior Java Developer

Blackrock USA Seattle, WA

calls for a diverse range of expertise. The Client Management Tools (CMT) team creates and drives the vision, strategic development… eFinancialCareers

5 days ago

BlackRock Java Development Lead

BlackRock Seattle, WA

The Aladdin Product Group develops and supports every facet of BlackRocks information systems needs. Our global teams perform a wide variety of…

5 days ago

BlackRock BAA Trading Solutions Analyst

BlackRock Seattle, WA

BlackRock Business Operations is committed to providing world-class client service by leveraging technology and by carefully and efficiently…

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    Finance was a once glamorous field to be in...

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    Current Employee - Analyst  in  Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Analyst in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at BlackRock full-time for less than a year


    Working with smart people, collegiate environment, perfect for those right of college, challenging work, and looks good on your resume.


    Long hours, too much expectation for low pay, more of who you know-to get promoted. Churn and burn type of environment. The work load is too intense at times and still you're expected to do more. The inability for managers to see the value you've added, focusing too much on the impossible. No COLA, impossible pay increases unless you get promoted.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Compensate those who work hard well and recognized that some people such as "middle management" are not needed.

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