Questions and Answers about Morgan Stanley

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Is it easy to make a career in MS? Can I expect to make a step per year in the seniority hierarchy?

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Yes .i can

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No it is not easy to make a career. Management shows partiality to friends and certain employees

Answered - Senior Security Processing Specialist III (Former Employee) - Baltimore, MD

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I think it's easy to make a career, especially if you become an expert in your line of work. Master the soft skills, and the rest will fall into place.

Answered - Associate (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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Mobility is there if you do the work.

Answered - Associate (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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Yes, it is a stable company with continuous growth.

Answered - Manager/Developer (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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Not unless you are a Financial Advisor. They are the money makers for the firm and that is who they take care of.

Answered - Senior Registered Service Associate (Former Employee) - Denver, CO

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It was easy although my focus was on completing a project with the OCC while managing my daily fiduciary responsibilities.

Answered - Vice President & Senior Trust Officer (Former Employee) - Jersey City, NJ

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Not easy. To move up requires extreme qualifications and time.

Answered - Client Service Representative (Current Employee) - Sandy, UT

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To make a career "yes", promotions pretty much were every two years as long as you had excellent work ethic.

Answered - Human Resources Director (Former Employee) - New York

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It definitely is easy to make a career at MS. There are multiple career paths which provides some flexibility for employees as they advance.

Answered - Consulting Group Product Specialist (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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