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2018 Investment Professional Employment Outlook

On December 4, 2017, the Career Development Group of CFA Society New York presented: Investment Professional Employee Outlook. The event sought to address employment trends that have been seen this year as well as make predictions of what to expect in 2018.

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As for what to expect in 2018, new job trends are likely to be rooted in technology. Demand for quantitative modeling, analysis, and trading has risen as knowledge in tech has shifted from the back office to the front office. Employers are heavily interested in candidates with knowledge and experience in tech as it as seen as a necessity in any field in order to remain competitive. The discussion continued with the panel, made up of diverse professionals such as Alexis DuFresne, head of Marketing and Investor Relations search at Whitney Partners.

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2018 Investment Professional Employment Outlook

On December 4, 2017, the Career Development Group of CFA Society New York presented: Investment Professional Employee Outlook. The event sought to address employment trends that have been seen this year as well as make predictions of what to expect in 2018.

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As for what to expect in 2018, new job trends are likely to be rooted in technology. Demand for quantitative modeling, analysis, and trading has risen as knowledge in tech has shifted from the back office to the front office. Employers are heavily interested in candidates with knowledge and experience in tech as it as seen as a necessity in any field in order to remain competitive. The discussion continued with the panel, made up of diverse professionals such as Alexis DuFresne, head of Marketing and Investor Relations search at Whitney Partners.

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2018 Investment Professional Employment Outlook

On December 4, 2017, the Career Development Group of CFA Society New York presented: Investment Professional Employee Outlook. The event sought to address employment trends that have been seen this year as well as make predictions of what to expect in 2018.

As for what to expect in 2018, new job trends are likely to be rooted in technology. Demand for quantitative modeling, analysis, and trading has risen as knowledge in tech has shifted from the back office to the front office. Employers are heavily interested in candidates with knowledge and experience in tech as it as seen as a necessity in any field in order to remain competitive. The discussion continued with the panel, made up of diverse professionals such as Alexis DuFresne, head of Marketing and Investor Relations search at Whitney Partners.

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