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IB for juniors [#permalink] New post 03 May 2008, 00:12
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From: Someone from Bank of America
To: All DG HCG-Analysts
Sent: 17 April 2008 17.26
Subject:

It seems to me that things have gotten busy for many of you. Can you please respond to Pete and me with what you think your capacity is right now? Here's a definition of capacity (you can use percentages in between as well) - please apply this to what you currently have going on and not what may or may not come up in the future.

0% - completely swamped and expect to be here until at least 3 am for next several days.

25% - pretty swamped and getting home after midnight for next several days.

50% - staying fairly busy but still getting home between 10pm and midnight.

75% - going home before 10pm.


As commentators wrote, "Credit crunch? What credit crunch?" I like it :lol:
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Re: IB for juniors [#permalink] New post 05 May 2008, 04:04
nick_sun wrote:
Quote:
From: Someone from Bank of America
To: All DG HCG-Analysts
Sent: 17 April 2008 17.26
Subject:

It seems to me that things have gotten busy for many of you. Can you please respond to Pete and me with what you think your capacity is right now? Here's a definition of capacity (you can use percentages in between as well) - please apply this to what you currently have going on and not what may or may not come up in the future.

0% - completely swamped and expect to be here until at least 3 am for next several days.

25% - pretty swamped and getting home after midnight for next several days.

50% - staying fairly busy but still getting home between 10pm and midnight.

75% - going home before 10pm.


As commentators wrote, "Credit crunch? What credit crunch?" I like it :lol:


is this real? cause if so, thats funny.
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Re: IB for juniors [#permalink] New post 06 May 2008, 01:30
rhyme wrote:
nick_sun wrote:
Quote:
From: Someone from Bank of America
To: All DG HCG-Analysts
Sent: 17 April 2008 17.26
Subject:

It seems to me that things have gotten busy for many of you. Can you please respond to Pete and me with what you think your capacity is right now? Here's a definition of capacity (you can use percentages in between as well) - please apply this to what you currently have going on and not what may or may not come up in the future.

0% - completely swamped and expect to be here until at least 3 am for next several days.

25% - pretty swamped and getting home after midnight for next several days.

50% - staying fairly busy but still getting home between 10pm and midnight.

75% - going home before 10pm.


As commentators wrote, "Credit crunch? What credit crunch?" I like it :lol:


is this real? cause if so, thats funny.


That's real :-D
Re: IB for juniors   [#permalink] 06 May 2008, 01:30
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