Bank of America (BOA) currently employs more than 280,000 worldwide. According to Fortune, BOA has openings for an additional 3,400 employees, here in the U.S.
The company's manpower needs are diverse. Currently BOA is looking to fill positions in virtually all segments of their business including consumer banking, commercial banking, and investment management.
In these uncertain economic times, the type of candidate that is likely to impress hiring mangers is one that knows their looking for a career and not just another job. You can display this attitude by conducting background research on the company prior to sitting down for any interviews. With this information in hand, you can demonstrate how seriously you take the opportunity.
For candidates looking to work for BOA in their consumer banking divisions, keep in mind that the job requires a lot of face-time with clients. This means either already having good interpersonal skills when you start the job, or the willingness to develop these skills from day one.
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