Talent Landscape for the U.S. Banking Industry

The U.S. banking industry is a powerhouse with assets making up somewhere between 13% to 15% of the global market. More than a decade since the financial crisis, the country’s banking sector’s GDP output and contribution to the economy have been on an increasingly upward trend.

The financial crisis and the exponential growth of technology have triggered changes in the way people view and transact with banks, and consequently, how banks do business. Furthermore, the changes in the processes have prompted banking institutions to adapt and shift how they recruit and the type of roles they will require to cope with these changes. In this report, the Market Insights team will provide an overview of the general employment landscape of the banking industry with details on the type of talent available in the market, the most in-demand roles, and recruitment trends specific to the sector.

Allegis Global Solutions' Market Insights team can provide in-depth research on critical information — such as specific roles, locations, and industries — that will impact your talent management strategy. Armed with this information, you'll have the necessary tools to help your organization thrive well into the future. Get in touch with us today.

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