To get a job at Goldman Sachs you’ve got to know your stuff. But financial knowledge alone isn’t enough to land you a highly coveted gig at the financial giant.
To make the cut you’ll need to prove you have the skills, the experience, and the motivation to thrive — and you’ll also need to prove you’re a good cultural fit. In other words: You’ll need to ace the interview.
We sifted through reports from Glassdoor to find some of the trickiest, and diciest, interview questions Goldman has to offer.
Whether you’re applying to be a summer associate or a VP, here are a few questions to master before you walk in the door.
This is an update of a story originally written by Rachel Sugar.
‘If you were an object, what would you be?’ — Financial analyst candidate
‘How many square feet of pizza are eaten in the US each year?’ — Programmer analyst candidate
‘What is more important, creativity or efficiency?’ — Operations analyst candidate