10 Largest Banks In America Hiring Right Now [SLIDESHOW]

on February 27 2013 3:23 PM
  • Capital One
    No. 1 Capital One Job openings (with $80,000+ salary): 582 Reuters
  • Citibank
    No. 2 Citigroup Job openings (with $80,000+ salary): 434 Reuters
  • Bank of New York Melon
    No. 3 Bank of New York Mellon Job openings (with $80,000+ salary): 254 Reuters
  • PNC Bank
    No. 4 PNC Financial Job openings (with $80,000+ salary): 239 Reuters
  • Wells Fargo
    Wells Fargo downgraded its evaluation of Apple stock. Reuters
  • Morgan Stanley
    The current estimate for Morgan Stanley's Q1 report reflects a 21.1 percent decrease from the year-ago quarter. Reuters
  • Goldman Sachs
    No. 7 Goldman Sachs Job openings (with $80,000+ salary): 148 Reuters
  • US Bancorp
    No. 8 U.S. Bancorp Job openings (with $80,000+ salary): 132 Reuters
  • Sun Trust Bank
    No. 9 Suntrust Banks Job openings (with $80,000+ salary): 131 Reuters
  • BB&T Bank
    No. 9 Suntrust Banks Job openings (with $80,000+ salary): 131 Reuters
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As unemployment rates have gradually improved in the years since the 2008 financial crisis, some of the bigger signs of recovery can be seen in 10 of the largest banks in America.

A recent undertaking on the part of Forbes and the online job search engine Indeed.com assessed the 20 largest bank holding companies in terms of total assets, as of December 2012, according to the National Information Center, a repository of financial data and institution characteristics collected by the Federal Reserve System.

“The number of financial services and banking job postings changed little in 2012,” Michael Werch of Indeed told Forbes. “With 182,313 job postings this January compared to 182,915 in January 2012, employer demand in the sector held steady over the last year.”

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