PGIM Fixed Income is committed to attracting, developing, retaining, and promoting diverse talent. It is our belief that diversity in our workforce is the foundation of the continued success for our business, leads to more impactful and innovative solutions, and best positions us to deliver outperformance to our clients.
PGIM Fixed Income offers an entry-level, three-year program with opportunities that are aligned to a variety of career tracks within the business. The program tracks are within our Business Support, Client Advisory, Credit Research, Portfolio Analysis, and Technology Solutions groups.
The PGIM Fixed Income Summer Internship Program provides students (rising seniors, typically) with 10-weeks of hands-on technical training, business exposure, networking, and classroom training. At the conclusion of the 10-week program, interns may be given an offer to return for a full-time position or another summer internship.
The Full-Time programs are designed to build leadership, technical, and strategic capabilities that will enable our entry-level talent to be successful throughout their careers. At the start of their career in Fixed Income, recent college graduates engage in a combination of classroom education, practical work experience, projects, and coaching to develop specialized skills needed to take on various roles in the business.
Rotational program designed to provide exposure to all client facing teams, as well as product strategy and portfolio analytics to obtain technical knowledge and develop market and client exposure.
- Business Management
Analyst program designed to teach fundamental credit analysis skills and provide a perspective into relative value decision-making that together form the basis for portfolio construction.
Investment professional rotational program designed to provide exposure to various portfolio management and investment-related sectors over three, 12-month rotations.
- Computer Science
Early-career software development role that will support a variety of technology initiatives impacting multiple business groups and functions within PGIM Fixed Income. Agile teams are designed to deliver unique solutions that meet the business’s complex needs.
- Business Analysis
- Computer Science
- Information Technology
A Focus On Culture
CONTINUOUS LEARNING AND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
Employees at all levels in PGIM Fixed Income have access to a range of learning opportunities.
PGIM Fixed Income University
PGIM Fixed Income University (PFIU) is an interactive, project-based curriculum designed to prepare first-year analysts for their careers in Fixed Income.
Formal training to build both technical and professional skills.
Pursue Professional Certifications
Support to pursue Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Designation and/or Investment Foundations Certification; CFA exam fees and materials eligible for reimbursement upon successful completion.
Tuition Assistance Program for pursuing an MBA or advanced degree in a job-related field.
*Tuition assistance program restrictions may vary by office location.
Source: PGIM Fixed Income. As of December 31, 2020.