This is the job that can earn you 85 grand when you're fresh out of university
As Les Dennis once said, 'hindsight is a f****r'.
If you've already gone through 3+ years of college, then the following words are most likely going to make you feel that once again your life choices have let you down.
A recent survey by Business Insider and Emolument, whoever they are, has found that graduate jobs in the world of banking and finance pay up to £85,000 a year, even though you might be only out of university a few months.
Eighty-five f*****g grand!
The findings saw that those with quantitative skills, whatever they are, are likely to be the highest paid, with a salary of £65,000, as well as a £20,000 end-of-year bonus.
Nice work if you can get it, which you probably can't because you spent waaaaaaayyyy to much time in the student uni bar when you should have been fine-tuning your quantitative skills.
People working in structuring, whatever that is, come in second with an annual take-home pay of around £60,500, while bankers in institutional sales earn around £58,000.
So, hooray for bankers. Delighted it's working out so well for them.
And once again... is it too late to go back to uni?
Who are we kidding? We'd only go and make the same mistakes again.