I was offered a part-time position (up until the firm moves its office from country X to Y) as an investment analyst at a start-up hedge fund in my city. The position's relevant work experience requirement is 0-1 years, and must have an BBA in finance.
The fund manager is well-known and has quite an impressive track record/background which makes me feel more comfortable about the situation.
My concern is the following:
Should I take this position (despite having zero experience in HFs) and hope I will learn first-hand from the, or should I aim for a full-time gig at a well known and established firm?
Lastly, the pay, which is pretty low ($18), is what I can expect while I am working part-time. Should I be concerned about the how much I am getting paid, or should I focus on what this opportunity might bring for me?