Banking Employment Information

Banking Job Market As the banking industry emerges from the financial crisis, the outlook for banking employment is ...

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Banking Job Market

As the banking industry emerges from the financial crisis, the outlook for banking employment is mixed.

Some banking career niches prospered during the housing crash. Companies that specialize in defaulted mortgages will continue to offer servicing jobs until the real estate market recovers. While interest rates remain at record lows, loan officers jobs and loan processors jobs will continue to open.

With regulators putting bank reforms in place, compliance employment should rise, especially for those with Basel credit standards or Dodd-Frank experience. Jobs for legal professionals with experience defending lawsuits filed against banks by consumers or regulators should continue to be plentiful as well.

As far as investment banking jobs, employment for banking sales representatives should rise 15 percent between 2010 and 2020, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts.

Banking job opportunities could fall in other areas. Teller jobs may be cut as customers who used to come into branches to deposit checks and withdraw funds increasingly use online banking and ATMs.

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