What is the fastest way for someone with 10-15 yoe programming to become an assistant PM at a small hedge fund?

Albertsons rvUd7211
May 3 20 Comments

Are you stuck moving up the analyst ranks or do they find your experience useful? Assuming no existing connections.

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  • OpenTable Meliodas
    Have experience as a PM.

    Small hedge funds don’t want to pay to train people. They want profit centers, not cost centers.
    May 3 14
    • Albertsons rvUd7211
      OP
      Sounds pretty shoddy, there would nt be tons of public records of where you work.
      May 3
    • OpenTable Meliodas
      Which is why they typically look at more than just public records.
      May 4
    • Albertsons rvUd7211
      OP
      Liiike what
      May 4
    • OpenTable Meliodas
      Like credit files and private databases of employment information.
      May 5
    • Albertsons rvUd7211
      OP
      Which private darabases? They generally have poor coverage, apple isn't in worknumber for example. Credit files are useless.
      May 5
  • Credit Sesame an0nm00se
    Come to SF with that experience. Get your RSUs, vest, and then leave.
    May 3 4
    • Albertsons rvUd7211
      OP
      What is SF?
      May 3
    • Credit Sesame an0nm00se
      San Francisco. The lend of the plenty.....for tech workers (especially SWE and data roles)
      May 3
    • Albertsons rvUd7211
      OP
      I am already there, I want to be a PM...
      May 3
    • Credit Sesame an0nm00se
      I didn’t even realize Albertsons was here
      May 3