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I worked at Euromoney full-time (More than a year)
Great people, helpful and instructive managers, friendly and laid back work environment
The pay is not market rate relative to what other trade publication journalists make in New York City. But the biggest problem is that there is very little room at the top. You can rise very quickly to the senior reporting level, but after that you've pretty much hit the ceiling on the editorial side.
Advice to Management
Work harder to retain the talent you have. Develop a clearer path for growth in editorial.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Euromoney (New York, NY).
First round was a group interview. The second round you are role playing attending an event. The managers are cool and that was def a selling point. Blah blah blah taking up room because this site wants me to. Yada yada yada...
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Euromoney Institutional Investor is a leading international business to business media group focused primarily on the international finance, metals and commodities sectors. We publish more than 70 titles in both print and on-line, are a leading provider of electronic data, and run an extensive portfolio of conferences, seminars and training courses for financial markets. Over 2,000 people work at Euromoney Institutional Investor in 30 offices worldwide, with our four main bases being in London, New York, Hong Kong, and Montreal. In total, Euromoney colleagues speak ...