Please take a steaming shit on my Resume (and then tell me how to clean it up)

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I'd like to start applying for analyst roles within the Wealth/Asset Management, and would appreciate any advice anyone can give me on improving my resume.

Tear it to pieces. Thanks for the help.

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Aug 11, 2016

I would suggest moving your education up to the top

Aug 11, 2016

Thanks for the look. I guess the "xxx" cover-ups make this unclear, but chronologically, graduating from college occurred longer ago than my work experience. Would you suggest moving that section up to the top, regardless?

Aug 11, 2016

In my opinion, I would move the education to the top just because it's standard and what I've always been told. If you can, I'd add a very small section for your interests. Provides a talking point

Aug 11, 2016

I've been out of college for 3-4 years now; it's what the hiring manager would probably be least interested in.

I have the CFA stuff first because it's probably most relevant.

Work experience (in chronological order) following that because it's probably going to be what I talk about/get asked about most.

Education last because it really doesn't matter to much at this point in my career. Maybe I'd put it up top if I went to harvard or MIT, but I didn't, so I'm probably going to leave that at the bottom.

Any feedback on the work experience section would be helpful.

Thanks

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Aug 11, 2016

Space for your work experience -- it's giving me anxiety. Are you able to narrow down some of those bullet points?

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Aug 11, 2016

i love the titles of these posts

"please [harsh verb] the [crude noun] out of my (crappy) resume"

also OP, in case you've never seen it: http://www.wallstreetoasis.com/forums/investment-b...

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