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1. Make Sure This is What You Want

The more certain you are that you really want to work in hedge funds rather than mutual funds, ETFs, or private equity, the easier it will be to navigate these steps and land a job.

If you really want to work for a hedge fund, it will show in your self-discipline, networking, knowledge of the industry, passion, and actions.

as you can. Make the decision to change focus, commit to it for three to five years, and see what comes of it.

 2. Study the Hedge Fund Industry

If working for a hedge fund is your goal, create daily habits that work toward that goal. Subscribe to some free hedge fund newsletters, read books or articles on hedge funds every day, and join a local hedge fund association or club.

You'll learn the basics – all the main terms and definitions, who the major players are, what differentiates the companies, and what strategies managers use.

 3. Use the Three-Circles Strategy

Jim Collins published a best-selling book in 2001 called Good to Great. In his research, he found that the companies that make the leap from being good to becoming truly great employ what he called the "three-circles strategy."

When facing a tough decision or a turning point in the business, leaders of these companies would draw three circles. One included options they were passionate about, one showed options that took advantage of their experience, and one included only ideas which could be highly profitable. They would then consider only options that fell within the intersection of these three circles.

To be successful in the hedge fund industry and make wise decisions along the way, consider only positions in which you can be passionate about your work, that draw upon your education and natural strengths, and that have the potential to be highly profitable.1

 4. Identify Hedge Fund Career Mentors

Early on in your exploration of the world of hedge funds, try to identify a couple of potential mentors with whom you could begin to develop a relationship. It takes time to develop mentoring relationships, but many successful people are happy to help others out if they can.

To impress a mentor, you will need to show commitment, patience, humility, and a hunger for learning.

 5. Get an Internship 

Once you have become more knowledgeable about hedge funds and have identified a potential mentor, start looking for an internship.

Even if you are working full time in another position, conducting research for a hedge fund for 5-10 hours a week can expose you to some of the ways that a hedge fund creates trading ideas and operates as a business.


Few recruiters will work with newbies. Rely on your network of contacts.

Work on-site if possible, but don't pass up a great learning opportunity if the only way to get the internship is by working remotely.

Even better, get several internships. The wider your experience the better qualified you'll be.

 6. Develop Your Unique Value Proposition

Now that you have read articles, books, and newsletters on hedge funds, completed a few internships, and developed mentoring relationships, it's time to figure out where you fit into the industry. Define a niche and hone in on that area. 

For example, if you want to be an emerging markets analyst, write a few white papers on emerging markets and focus your job search on companies that specialize in related funds.

 7. Polish Your Credentials

Each hedge fund is different, but across the industry, there is a set of typical characteristics and skills that many hedge fund employers look for. through the Hedge Fund Group (HFG), Hedge Fund sociation (HFA), or your local CFA society.2


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