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    minimally incompetent

    Dear all,

    What's the meaning of the underlined?

    Lastly, as an analyst, you won't see much variability in your bonus ,especially if you're working in a large shop that has an entire analyst class. This can be a good thing if you're minimally incompetent, but not a very good thing if you're the next George Soros.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: minimally incompetent

    Quote Originally Posted by Eartha View Post
    Dear all,

    What's the meaning of the underlined?

    Lastly, as an analyst, you won't see much variability in your bonus ,especially if you're working in a large shop that has an entire analyst class. This can be a good thing if you're minimally incompetent, but not a very good thing if you're the next George Soros.

    Thanks in advance.
    minimally incompetent = marginally incompetent = "a little bit bad at [doing whatever]"

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