On average, employees at Goldman Sachs give their company a 4.0 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Goldman Sachs employees are Consultants submitting an average rating of 4.4 and Analysts with a rating of 3.9.
"Very good company to work for"
"Love where I work but definitely need something closer to home."
"I've worked with goldman sachs for a little while now and what i see so far its not a bad company. They room to grow and everyone is very and tries to make me feel comfortable. They make sure there is a cooperation between everyone."
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"This is a great company to work at."
"I have worked with Goldman Sachs as infrastructure consultant it is the best. Due to contract ending i have to leave the firm"
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"Great place to work with talented and smart people on mutually aligned interests and projects"
"i have worked for goldman sachs for some time"
"Good mentoring aspect and good people to work with."
"Great company, lots of politics, no work life balance"
"I’ve worked for Goldman Sachs for a year and it has been a great journey. They have provided every resource to get a jumpstart on my career in the banking industry while mentoring me along the way to fulfill my career goals."
"I’ve worked for Goldman Sachs for almost 2 years and it’s been the best environment to grow in the financial industry. Even though the hours are long the pay is good. It’s a great place to get your footing in your career. They also have very great benefits. It’s one of the biggest companies in Utah to work for. The one downside is that its downtown and parking is very stressful. Work-life balance could be better. Plenty of options to move within the firm. Very controlled environment. Everything is very regulated and competitive."
"Goldman Sachs is a 150 year old investment bank, so it's awesome when you get hired; but internal mobility is near impossible as there a lot of corporate politics. But if you can make it through all that, there are good benefits (401k, 4 weeks of paternity leave, 9 sick days,etc.)."
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