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  • Are you transitioning or retiring from the military? Read the four tips Morgan Stanley armed service veterans offered to help those in uniform transition to civilian life. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQWWr

    6 Tips on Easing into Civilian Life

    Leaving the military can be as daunting as it sounds, especially if you're focusing on everything you may be leaving behind and stressing about everything that lies ahead. Here's another way to think about it: With the right strategy, mindset and preparations, it can be the next great adventure of your life, whether it's further education, a new career, or a fresh start in a place you've never been.

  • "Why work at Morgan Stanley? Flat structure, open environment, and helpful colleagues,"says Ali, an executive director and software developer in Budapest. Read his story here. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQfbe

    Ali, Software Developer

    Ali, a software developer for Morgan Stanley in Budapest, discusses projects and the collaborative nature of his team.

  • Yes, you need a compelling cover letter and a stellar resume, but looking great on paper is just the start. If you’re asking what makes for the perfect application, you may be asking the wrong question. Learn more: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQfRA

    5 Ways to Get Noticed as an Applicant

    If you're asking what makes for the perfect application, you may be asking the wrong question. While cover letters and great resumes are essential, recruiters often search for something more. "The students who go the extra mile always attract more attention," says Meredith Hotarek, a recruiter for Morgan Stanley.

  • Job interviews can be tough. Carla Harris, Vice Chairman of Wealth Management at Morgan Stanley, and Mike Steib, CEO of the XO Group, joined the TODAY Show to share tips about nailing your next job interview http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQVcA
    #MSCareers

    How to nail job interview questions (like 'Why should we hire you?')

    Mike Steib, CEO of the XO group that runs websites The Bump, The Nest and The Knot, and Carla Harris, author of "Strategize to Win," test the job interview skills of TODAY's Take co-hosts Alfonso Ribeiro and Sheinelle Jones, and critique their responses to "What superpower would you want to have?"

  • "To create diversity, you have to get people talking about difficult topics, and over time create more awareness and understanding of the perspectives of others,” says Susan Reid, Morgan Stanley's Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion. Read more about Susan's journey at Morgan Stanley http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQjIZ

  • http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQNHJ ranked Morgan Stanley #3 on their most admired companies list. Students, check out our program opportunities: #MSCareers

    Our Programs

    Electric vehicles are poised to dominate global markets in the next few decades. What impact will they have on how we live our lives?

  • http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQNHS ranked Morgan Stanley #3 on their most admired companies list. Students, check out our program opportunities: vhttps://www.morganstanley.com/people-opportunities/students-graduates/programs #MSCareers

  • Are cover letters still important? Morgan Stanley recruiters shares some guidelines on how to write one. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQsZ1 #MSCareers

    Are Cover Letters Important?

    How to master one of the most baffling parts of the job application process and why it's worth the effort.

  • Why should a career in banking be on your radar? "You’re constantly getting opportunities to lead and present your opinions straight away, not years after you’ve been here." - Gabrielle, an Analyst in Human Resources. See more reasons why banking could be your next career move: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQU2C

    7 Reasons Why a Banking Career Should Be on Your Radar

    "You don't start your freshman year [in college or university] thinking, 'I want to have a banking career, so I guess I'll study the history of North African Tribes'," says 23-year old Lauren. "I didn't know much about the industry and didn't think it's where I would end up because it's not where I thought a degree in history would lead to."

  • If you thought only business school types, finance grads, math geniuses, and computer scientists are in demand at financial firms - think again. Here's why we're looking for recruits who can see the forest beyond the trees. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ28K

    Why Finance Companies Need Non-Finance Graduates

    Why do Financial firms value recruits with degrees as far removed from finance as philosophy and music?

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