1. Please give an overview of your role and what this involves on a day-to-day basis:
I work closely with a team in tax to give good service and tax relief to our clients.
2. Have you learnt any new skills or developed existing skills?
I have leant a lot, from business etiquette all the way over to small things like efficient ways to use a printer.
3. To what extent do you enjoy your programme?
the work is good enough, its hard its not like working for your parents or working for the local pub this is a bank and should be treated like so. My team seam great and I am sure the company culture is too but I am not too invested.
4. How valued do you feel by J.P. Morgan?
Currently only a little but I think that's mostly because my skill as an individual is still low as its such early days for me within the company but for now good enough.
5. How well organised/structured is your programme?
well, Phil and his team who runs the apprenticeship is incredibly well organize so yes I guess it is.
6a. How much support do you receive from your training provider?
its good I mean there's all the resources you need on top of the lectures so its pretty good I cannot complain.
6b. How much support do you receive from your employer?
I mean support is pretty good If I have a complaint I can talk to my manager of Phil and both would be able to work through it with me.
7. How well does your salary/package meet your costs?
Well I come out of each month with a fairly nice sizable amount of money. Its easy to buy things and as you get better you can budget. There is easy enough money to live well!
8. Are there many opportunities outside of work?
I think so I am currently trying to nail down my work but I know there are a variety of clubs, I have joined an Arabic speaking class because why not!
9a. Would you recommend J.P. Morgan to a friend? *
9b. Why? *
Because uni degree's are pointless, I am 18 and effectively in the same position as most graduates without the debt in the same time I will be significantly further in my career than them without the debt...
10. What tips or advice would you give to others applying to J.P. Morgan? *
Understand what you are in for, this place is good for your career and can help get you far as well as paying well. However, at the age of 18 moving out working full time (more than full time if you want to do well) and trying to get you life together will be the hardest thing you will ever do! its not like uni, its not as easy but It will repay you.
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