REPE Resume Formatting After College?

Hey All,

I'm about to submit my resume for a REPE acquisition analyst role and was wondering if there are any formatting tips or general content advice I should know for a post-college REPE resume. I've been working as an analyst at another shop over the last year so this would be my first time applying for a position after actually working in the industry out of college.

I've been using the mergers and inquisitions template since college and was wondering if I should make any tweaks - for example, moving the education section below the experience section. Also, my GPA was only ok in college (3.3) so is it fair game to remove it? 

Lastly, do you guys usually keep it broad or reference specific projects/deals in your past job descriptions?

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  • Analyst 1 in RE - Comm
Jan 15, 2022 - 12:48am

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