- Application deadline: All year
- Starting salaries: Competitive
- Regions: London
- Industries: Finance, IT, Languages
- Website: http://www.bloomberg.com/
- Email: N/A
- Telephone: 02073307500
- Address: London Offices:
39 45 Finsbury Square
What is Bloomberg?
Started in 1981, Bloomberg is an information service, news and media company that provides tools and data for business and financial professionals. Bloomberg is dedicated to innovation in services, and commitment to their clients. The company now employs more than 10,000 staff in over 135 offices worldwide. Bloomberg also takes part in philanthropic and environmentally friendly schemes, offering graduates diverse opportunities in a global company.
What roles are available at Bloomberg?
Application process for Bloomberg.
Entry requirements and type of person suited for Bloomberg.
Bloomberg recruits graduates with a good degree classification from a wide range of disciplines. The ability to speak a second language, though not essential, is desirable. Applicants must have a passion for finance, IT or international markets and a desire to succeed in a related career. Initiative and creative applicants would fit in well at the company.
Future prospects and training at Bloomberg.
At Bloomberg, graduate development is organised around gaining responsibility through hands-on experience. Training is ongoing and employees can enrol in Bloomberg University classes that improve knowledge across a multitude of subject areas. Bloomberg also funds industry relevant external training and study towards professional qualifications.
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