We are looking to add several Resume Reviewers to the WSO Resume Review team.


  • At least 1 year of professional experience in finance
  • Previous experience screening resumes
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Willingness to go above and beyond to make the client happy
  • More info:

    To apply

    Please email Patrick ([email protected]) your resume, a confirmation that you meet the above requirements, and any additional relevant information we should know when considering you as a candidate.


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    I enjoyed my time reviewing resumes with WSO. It's a great way to make some extra cash while giving back to the community. You get to see some impressive resumes and really make an impact in the lives of people who are trying to break into the industry. -- Justin

    Comments (22)


    boo only ibd experience :P

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    boo only ibd experience :P

    i asked patrick to confirm about this, will let you know

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    Could you let us know if you need someone with a consulting background? 4 years of strategy consulting exp here.


    boo only ibd experience :P

    no attention to detail gets you auto-dinged ;-)


    At least 1 year of professional experience in Investment Banking or other financial field, IB and/or PE background preferred

    Are you really harping on attention to detail when you wrote IB twice in the same list?


    read it again bro

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    what about a business school resume review service as well as entering analysts


    what about a business school resume review service as well as entering analysts

    We have many resume reviewers from top schools (HBS, Wharton, Booth, etc), so if a client would like this, it's not a problem to service it.


    The business school resume service might be worthwhile, but then who would review your resume .... I'm guessing it would have to be admissions consultants or someone close to that space. Unless a resume targeted at ibanking and b-school is virtually the same thing.

    Andy, the b-school resume review could be popular if there is some set secret sauce that you and Patrick might know of. Because I have no clue what these kinds of resumes should and should not look like.

    Then again, I could be an ardtard if any ole resume could get you in to M7.


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    Sent Patrick an email.


    By the way, this is pretty cool opportunity indeed if you would like "to make some extra cash while giving back to the community". Would have definitely been doing it in case I was in IB.

    And! Good-looking CV is a big plus, that's no doubt


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    Assuming that being 6 months into IBD stint is insufficient to meet requirements?

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    correct...we want several years of experience at least. Thanks :-)


    You should update this post and the main review page to encourage non-banking people (coughrealestatecough) to go through the process as well, @WallStreetOasis.com


    You want just IB experience? What about trading?


    trading works...depends on your profile


    what about pure HR experience with RIAs

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