Banks Shedding Jobs
The banking system is shedding jobs at a rapid rate.
According to data from Challenger, Gray and Christmas job cuts in financial services have totaled 102,758 year-to-date. That compares with a layoff figure of 33,346 in 2006. The layoff high was in 2001 at 116,515.
It’s a safe bet that bank layoffs will head even higher.
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