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Jobs buying low and selling high?

What careers mainly involve buying low and selling high by knowing a market in great detail, in part by making contacts and in part by combing through reams of information - and how does a college student get an entry level job in them? NOT interested in entrepreneurial suggestions, or things that require much theory or advanced mathematics (no i-banking/hedge funds) - more emphasis on information-gathering and shrewdness. What reasonably solid jobs might there be and what's the entry path (recommended academic background, internships, etc.)?
posted by shivohum on Jul 22, 2009 - 15 answers

Tax lawyer to move to investing or general management?

A friend's been a tax lawyer of six years at a law firm. With that and a CPA, he wants to change careers: either manage investments or be a general mgmt type. What positions should he pursue, esp in this business clime? Recs for headhunters? He likes money, prestige, and is somewhat risk-averse. He's willing to go int'l, but only speaks english.
posted by shivohum on Apr 4, 2008 - 2 answers

Which careers for complex negotiations early on?

In which careers can one can get the most experience doing complex negotiations early on -- and make good (or great) money at it?
posted by shivohum on Mar 28, 2008 - 4 answers

Moneyed career for teaching sort?

If you loved the activity of teaching -- both individual tutoring and lecturing -- and had a law degree from a prestigious law school, are there any jobs you could get (other than law professor) that would pay a lot of money and give a decent amount of free time? Suppose you weren't idealistic and didn't care what you taught or to whom...
posted by shivohum on Feb 3, 2008 - 11 answers

Good career for lover of oral argument?

I love arguing with people -- orally walking them through their premises, disputing their conclusions, bringing up cool new analogies and information, and learning and teaching in the process. I want to do this all day long and get paid for it. Career recommendations? [more inside]
posted by shivohum on Sep 20, 2006 - 29 answers

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