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    Hey guys, I was wondering what does it take to go from studying medicine to leap into the finance industry?

    I have a BSc in Biochem and a MSc in Pharma and now studying Medicine. However, after the imposition of the new contracts for junior doctors, I'm looking into new avenues where medicine could take me.

    I've been personally investing in the healthcare industry for several years and my P/E is substantially better than of the S&P and Dow Jones and have read up quite a bit into finance and especially the healthcare sector.

    What else can I do to get into the sector?

    Thanks in advance!!
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    Get an internship: Spring Week, Summer Analyst or Off-Cycle.

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    (Original post by amit007)
    Hey guys, I was wondering what does it take to go from studying medicine to leap into the finance industry?

    I have a BSc in Biochem and a MSc in Pharma and now studying Medicine. However, after the imposition of the new contracts for junior doctors, I'm looking into new avenues where medicine could take me.

    I've been personally investing in the healthcare industry for several years and my P/E is substantially better than of the S&P and Dow Jones and have read up quite a bit into finance and especially the healthcare sector.

    What else can I do to get into the sector?

    Thanks in advance!!
    Your P/E (as in price to earnings) is better than that of the S&P and Dow Jones???
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    (Original post by amit007)
    Hey guys, I was wondering what does it take to go from studying medicine to leap into the finance industry?

    I have a BSc in Biochem and a MSc in Pharma and now studying Medicine. However, after the imposition of the new contracts for junior doctors, I'm looking into new avenues where medicine could take me.

    I've been personally investing in the healthcare industry for several years and my P/E is substantially better than of the S&P and Dow Jones and have read up quite a bit into finance and especially the healthcare sector.

    What else can I do to get into the sector?

    Thanks in advance!!
    I think you need to search up what that means.

    Apply to internships, convert the internship into an offer. Simple as that really, but much more difficult in practice to achieve. Think about which division/firm you want to work for.

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    (Original post by amit007)
    and my P/E is substantially better than of the S&P and Dow Jones
    returns you mean?

    as above find an internship n to apply too
 
 
 
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