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Deutsche Bank

4 October 2012 15:58, by ElsieWang

I’d like to say something about this case since I have once worked in Deutsche Bank for years. However, my major of bachelor degree is not economic, accounting or finance related. So my first job after my graduation was in a project management company. At that time, bank is a mysterious place where people are dealing with money (cash for my comprehension) all day long. After I was employed by a bank, I found it was far from my imagination. My mainly work was dealing with bills, drafts and documents rather than money. And the profit came from the interest and services fee, the cost only (...)


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