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Jared Michael Haftel

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Stanford University

857 Serra Street, Suite 210

Stanford, California,94305

United States

Company Description

Stanford University, located between San Francisco and San Jose in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, is one of the world's leading teaching and research universities. Since its opening in 1891, Stanford has been dedicated to finding solutions to big ch...more

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Employment History

Writer of Music Reviews

Duke University


Associate

Vector Capital Corporation


Research Assistant

The Jenner Institute


Affiliations

Kaggle

Member


Education

Credit Suisse


B.S

Economics , Mathematics and Science

Duke


MBA

Stanford school of business


MBA

Stanford University


degrees

mathematics , economics and science

Duke


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December | 2014 | The Circle Dot

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Profiling Future Leaders of Business: Jared Haftel
Found Jared Haftel via social media too, so you can give him a follow on Facebook, as well as Twitter. This is a career that you're going to want to follow. Jared Haftel is a Duke University graduate. He graduated in 2009 with a Bachelors degree in Mathematics, Science and Economics. These degrees shaped Haftel's career after school. After graduation, Haftel started pursuing opportunities in the investment banking field. He has held several key positions in his blossoming career. Jared started as an intern at Credit Suisse in 2008. After the internship, he landed a job with Merrill Lynch as an investment banking analyst. His job involved tracking commodities information, focusing on chemicals, metals, mining, defense and aerospace industries. Haftel also worked for the Bank of America as an Investment Banking Analyst. Since 2011, he has been working as an Associate at Vector Capital. Haftel is also an MBA student at the Stanford School of Business. As an experience banker, Jared gives advice to fresh graduates preparing to start their careers in Investment banking. According to Jared Haftel, the following are some of the things you need to do to land an Investment Banking job. According to Jared, these are the most important facets of any investment banking resume. The job seeker should also not exaggerate. It is always tempting to put more personal details in the resume. Most people think that this fluff will make them the better candidates. But, Jared has a different view. He believes candidates should only go for the facts and leave out the other details. Chances are that there will be someone in the interview schedule who schooled in the same college, and will know that you are lying about your achievements. Jared also advises job seekers to focus at least 50% of their resume on work experience. Things like internship and any other position that the candidate held in the industry should be included. This information shows that the candidate knows ins and outs in the industry. The information will also convince the employer that the candidate can be trusted to produce good results. They will not waste a lot of money and time training the employee about the work environment. Jared says that this is the best way for any candidate to break in, and for their resume to get noticed by the employer. According to Jared, after writing the resume, the candidate should allow an insider to review the resume.


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Dec, 10 - 2014 no commentsIndustry People Jared Haftel is a professional in the investment banking field along with being a current business school student at Stanford University. During the past several years, Haftel has established himself as a very successful professional in the investment banking field. His education and experience makes him one of the top candidates for any position in [...] Continue Reading


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thecircledot.com

Profiling Future Leaders of Business: Jared Haftel
Found Jared Haftel via social media too, so you can give him a follow on Facebook, as well as Twitter. This is a career that you're going to want to follow. Jared Haftel is a Duke University graduate. He graduated in 2009 with a Bachelors degree in Mathematics, Science and Economics. These degrees shaped Haftel's career after school. After graduation, Haftel started pursuing opportunities in the investment banking field. He has held several key positions in his blossoming career. Jared started as an intern at Credit Suisse in 2008. After the internship, he landed a job with Merrill Lynch as an investment banking analyst. His job involved tracking commodities information, focusing on chemicals, metals, mining, defense and aerospace industries. He worked with high profile clients including EMS Technologies, Huntsman Corporation, CONSOL Energy and GeoEye. Haftel also worked for the Bank of America as an Investment Banking Analyst. Since 2011, he has been working as an Associate at Vector Capital. Haftel is also an MBA student at the Stanford School of Business. As an experience banker, Jared gives advice to fresh graduates preparing to start their careers in Investment banking. According to Jared Haftel, the following are some of the things you need to do to land an Investment Banking job. According to Jared, these are the most important facets of any investment banking resume. The job seeker should also not exaggerate. It is always tempting to put more personal details in the resume. Most people think that this fluff will make them the better candidates. But, Jared has a different view. He believes candidates should only go for the facts and leave out the other details. Chances are that there will be someone in the interview schedule who schooled in the same college, and will know that you are lying about your achievements. Jared also advises job seekers to focus at least 50% of their resume on work experience. Things like internship and any other position that the candidate held in the industry should be included. This information shows that the candidate knows ins and outs in the industry. The information will also convince the employer that the candidate can be trusted to produce good results. They will not waste a lot of money and time training the employee about the work environment. Jared says that this is the best way for any candidate to break in, and for their resume to get noticed by the employer. According to Jared, after writing the resume, the candidate should allow an insider to review the resume.


thecircledot.com

Profiling Future Leaders of Business: Jared Haftel
Found Jared Haftel via social media too, so you can give him a follow on Facebook, as well as Twitter. This is a career that you're going to want to follow. Jared Haftel is a Duke University graduate. He graduated in 2009 with a Bachelors degree in Mathematics, Science and Economics. These degrees shaped Haftel's career after school. After graduation, Haftel started pursuing opportunities in the investment banking field. He has held several key positions in his blossoming career. Jared started as an intern at Credit Suisse in 2008. After the internship, he landed a job with Merrill Lynch as an investment banking analyst. His job involved tracking commodities information, focusing on chemicals, metals, mining, defense and aerospace industries. Haftel also worked for the Bank of America as an Investment Banking Analyst. Since 2011, he has been working as an Associate at Vector Capital. Haftel is also an MBA student at the Stanford School of Business. As an experience banker, Jared gives advice to fresh graduates preparing to start their careers in Investment banking. According to Jared Haftel, the following are some of the things you need to do to land an Investment Banking job. According to Jared, these are the most important facets of any investment banking resume. The job seeker should also not exaggerate. It is always tempting to put more personal details in the resume. Most people think that this fluff will make them the better candidates. But, Jared has a different view. He believes candidates should only go for the facts and leave out the other details. Chances are that there will be someone in the interview schedule who schooled in the same college, and will know that you are lying about your achievements. Jared also advises job seekers to focus at least 50% of their resume on work experience. Things like internship and any other position that the candidate held in the industry should be included. This information shows that the candidate knows ins and outs in the industry. The information will also convince the employer that the candidate can be trusted to produce good results. They will not waste a lot of money and time training the employee about the work environment. Jared says that this is the best way for any candidate to break in, and for their resume to get noticed by the employer. According to Jared, after writing the resume, the candidate should allow an insider to review the resume.


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