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Why Do Entry Level Jobs Require 3-5 Years Of Experience?

Every entry level job in finance particularly investment management and financial analyst requires 3-5 years of professional experience in those fields. I’m not out of college yet and i do work professionally in affiliate marketing currently, not investment industry. However, i also have high interests in stock market and investments, i also currently manage various assets of over $500,000 with mine, family members and friends capital. This may be my only upside but i don’t do it “professionally” in an office. Since i’m not doing it “professionally” in an office i’m looking for entry level positions that will in the future help me get work as a asset allocation portfolio manager. However, every entry level position i see looks for 3-5 years of experience. why is that? I thought entry level means beginning with no “professional” experience?

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  1. David says:

    All you need is a verifiable copy of your Schedule D (Form 1040) at the interview, and they will probably be happy to hire you. That is proof of your “experience.”
    Verifiable earnings growth talks big.


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