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IMF Chairman and Managing Director Christine Lagarde
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    Good place for international public service career

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    Pros

    Competitive salary with great benefits. Smart people. Great if you're looking for applied macroeconomics work.

    Cons

    Too bureaucratic. Organization can be made much more streamlined and efficient.

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IMF Interviews

Updated 19 Oct 2014
Updated 19 Oct 2014

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    Interview in HQ. The competition is stiff. Some round of interviews with panel. Make sure you are update with current issues in macroeconomics and international finance. Apply economic theory and logic to real world problem.

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Website www.imf.org
Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1944
Type Other Organization
Industry Finance
Revenue £100 to £500 million (GBP) per year
Competitors Unknown

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an organization of 187 countries dedicated to promoting global monetary cooperation and the health and stability of the international financial system. Each member of the IMF contributes through the payment of quotas, ($353 billion in 2009) which reflect that country's size in the world economy and determine its voting power (the US has a 17% voting stake). The IMF supports worldwide economic growth by granting loans and technical assistance to countries in need. The IMF and sister institution the World Bank were formed by... More

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