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David Kochanek is the Publisher of JobSearchDigest.com and its related services for Hedge Fund Jobs, Private Equity Jobs and Venture Capital Jobs.
Mr. Kochanek leads the Job Search Digest team to create a one-of-a-kind investment career website. JobSearchDigest.com serves a large group of members by providing a human-edited investment jobs database for Private Equity, Hedge Fund and Venture Capital professionals. Job Search Digest has created industry specific compensation reports and niche career resources to make an investment job hunt more effective. Mr. Kochanek brings 20 years of professional experience including project management with a top 10 consulting firm, executive recruiting, website design and company turnarounds.
Since 2002, Job Search Digest has provided web-based career services catering to investment professionals. JobSearchDigest.com serves its members by providing a human-edited investment jobs database for Private Equity, Hedge Fund and Venture Capital professionals. Its database provides the best picture of hiring in the industries in which it covers. The company provides unmatched convenience to its members, saving them time and providing the most comprehensive database of private equity, investment banking and hedge fund jobs. The privately held company is headquartered in Ann Arbor, MI.
Compensation Survey Reveals Insights Into Hedge Fund Industry
SAN DIEGO, Oct. 31 /PRNewswire/ — A survey conducted by Job Search Digest , a job search website focused on the Hedge Fund industry, revealed key insights into the world of hedge fund compensation. Significant bonuses and high turnover, the survey suggests, extend to workers on both sides of the Atlantic, including London.
The 2007 Hedge Fund Jobs Digest Compensation Survey [...]
SAN DIEGO, Dec. 3, 2008. /PRNewswire/ — A survey conducted by Job Search Digest, publishers of Hedge Fund Jobs Digest, today revealed a shift in the hedge fund industry. Given the current state of the market, the results tell an interesting story and show that industry players knew trouble was on the horizon earlier this year.
Despite no significant increase in compensation, there was a substantial increase in satisfaction [...]
In the midst of financial industry compensation reform efforts, report shows that 46 percent of hedge fund employees will see their pay increase again this year.
SAN DIEGO, CA, December 11, 2009 — A report published by Job Search Digest, publishers of Hedge Fund Jobs Digest, revealed a disconnect between fund performance and hedge fund compensation. The third annual industry survey of hundreds of hedge fund managers and employees, in [...]
As the economy slowly turns the corner, the hedge fund industry charges ahead with bonuses driving double-digit hedge fund compensation gains
SAN DIEGO, CA, January 12, 2011 — The latest report on hedge fund compensation revealed that hedge fund managers anticipate a 10 percent increase in total annual compensation, fueled by expectations of big year-end bonuses. The annual industry report is based on data collected directly from hundreds of [...]
SAN DIEGO, CA, January 10, 2012 — The 2012 Hedge Fund Compensation Report reveals that hedge fund managers anticipated an increase in base salary but a shortfall in year-end bonuses. The average reported cash compensation for 2011 was $311,000, just slightly higher than last year’s compensation. The annual industry report is based on data collected directly from hundreds of hedge fund managers and employees.
Last year 45 percent of [...]
SAN DIEGO, CA, January 3, 2013 — The 2013 Hedge Fund Compensation Report revealed that hedge fund players expected increases in both base salary and year-end bonuses. The average reported cash compensation for 2012 was $314,000 and, again this year, bonuses played a big role in the paychecks of these professionals. The annual industry report is based on data collected directly from hundreds of hedge fund managers and employees.[...]
SAN DIEGO, CA, January 8, 2015 — The 2015 Hedge Fund Compensation Report revealed that hedge fund professionals received increases in both base salary and year-end bonuses. The average reported cash compensation was up again in this year and came in at $368,000. Base salary grew by single digits this year, as bonuses grew by double digits again this year. The annual industry report is based on data collected directly [...]