Saturday, June 1, 2013

Marc Faber on career prior to relocating to Asia in 1973

At that time[1970's], when you finished ­university in Europe you could really choose any kind of job. There were more job offers than applicants so it was quite easy to find a job, maybe not the best job, but you could find a job. I chose the job that paid the most and they sent me right away to New York for training, an investment bank.