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6B - Monday, October 1, 2007

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We employ more published authors than MBAs.
They didn't think of themselves as "financial types," and neither did we.
We thought of them as people with extraordinary talent.
The D. E. Shaw group is a highly successful investment and technology
development firm with a practice of hiring unusually smart people from
a wide range of backgrounds. A robotics guru. A nationally ranked

blackjack player. An operatic mezzo-soprano. And a lot of people who are
just incredibly strong in CS, EE, math, and finance.
We're looking for similarly creative but pragmatic people: articulate,
curious, and driven. Our working environment is intense but surprisingly
casual. We provide unusual opportunities for growth. And we compensate
extraordinary people extraordinarily well.
To apply for an interview, please log on to the Office of
Career Development web site. If this isn't possible, please send
a resume and cover letter stating your GPA and standardized
test scores, broken down by section where applicable,
to jobs@deshaw.com
Members of the D. E Shae group do not discriminate in etmploynent tmatters on the basis of race, color, religion,
gender, pregnancy, national origin, age, military service eligibility, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status,
disability, or any other protected class.
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