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Posted: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 12:12 AM


We need a new team member, someone literate, numerate and interesting. Can you write? Analyze data? Do you know your way around .xls? .rtf? .pdf? AP/CMOS? A thesaurus? Corporate culture?

Most likely you went to a good school, probably a liberal arts major. Maybe you’re a career changer, a journalist perhaps? Maybe you're a teacher but realized you don't like young people. Maybe you've done time at State Street or just got back from the Peace Corps or Marine Corps or a Masters program.You MUST like (live!) to write and edit (grammar geeks or wannabes welcome). You MUST know your way around egos – analysts, executives, prima donnas...

You MUST be smart, able to read a chart, graph, table etc. You MUST have a sense of humor.But you'd also best be willing to grind out an endless stream of real content, all the while burdened by administrative and legal details (details, details) and up against multiple, conflicting deadlines. Oh, the pay (and bonuses) will be sufficient – the benefits, outstanding – but the work can be truly daunting, repetitive and frustrating. Interested?
Show me you can analyze – and COMMUNICATE – capital markets, equity and fixed-income trends, asset-class results, stock stories, portfolio outcomes, and CLIENT RESULTS. Prove a portfolio manager won't kick you out of her office. Help me realize why I can't believe I haven't already hired you. Remember, the first question is always, "so tell me about yourself."

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