Full-time hiring at this stage in the RE recruitment cycle?

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Hey,

Does anyone have insight on full-time hiring at this stage in the recruitment process? I'm a college senior and since the Fall I've interviewed for a ton of acquisitions/AM analyst positions in RE (mostly PE, REITs, and a few developers), but haven't had any luck yet. I'm wondering if anyone else is in the same position and what their strategy is, given that it's late February. Also, since the new year I haven't really noticed that many new positions listed online (selectleaders, adventuresincre, etc); am I just looking in the wrong places or are firms not recruiting much at the moment?

Thanks!

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Comments (6)

Feb 26, 2018

What geographic region do you go to school at? I know one REIT actively hiring I could shoot you a contact point for. They reached out to me and I never replied so I can't put in a good word or anything but it's better than nothing.

Feb 26, 2018

Aiming for NYC and I go to school nearby, but I'm pretty open to any major city.

Feb 26, 2018

Word lemme PM and you can follow up if interested

Feb 27, 2018

@LReed hey man- do you think you could PM me with that information as well? it won't let me PM you. Thanks

Feb 26, 2018

I went through this my senior year. I found that most big companies with an annual analyst program will do their hiringin the fall and after this the number of openings will drop off. However, as you near the end of the school year things will pick up again for places that don't have a true analyst program and hire on a needs basis. So start reaching out to those types of places so you can be in front of them when April/May rolls around

Feb 26, 2018
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