JPMorgan Launched a New Tool to Help Fill 7,500 Finance Jobs in New York City
Thousands of finance jobs are available in New York City, and JPMorgan is trying to fill them with a new search tool.
On Wednesday, the bank and the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning unveiled BankingOnMyCareer.com, seeking to help New Yorkers find "middle-skilled" financial-services jobs. Such jobs typically require a bit more training than a high-school diploma and a bit less training than a bachelor's degree. According to a news release, 7,500 of these jobs are open in New York City.
"We want New Yorkers to know there are thousands of good-paying job opportunities in the financial services sector just waiting to be filled by middle-skilled workers," said Chauncy Lennon, the head of workforce initiatives at JPMorgan Chase...