Hiring activity at large hedge fund managers has started to increase despite the lingering effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
When businesses initially shut down or went to remote work, hiring was put on hold and firms started assessing which hires were most important.
“With the markets bouncing back and more funds performing well and making money, we’ve seen new hiring activity pick up,” said Jason Wachtel, managing partner at search firm J.W. Michaels. “We are still not at pre-COVID levels but it’s been a nice bounce back.”
Jennifer Whalen . . .
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