Portfolio Managers' Stock Falls for First Time in Years, Survey Says

As the market goes, so too does the demand for the people that work in it. In 2001, if you were a value manager, especially in the international, mid- and small-cap sectors, you were a hot commodity. If you were a U.S. equities manager, your stock plummeted, according to a new Russell Reynolds Associates survey that examines recruitment trends.

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