Jan 10, 2017 11:53 PM EST

Job Openings: High-Paying Bank Positions You Can Grab Right Now

U.S. Banks Post Near-Record Profits In Second Quarter Of 2014
A woman walks past JP Morgan Chase's corporate headquarters on August 12, 2014 in New York City. U.S. banks announced second quarter profits of more than $40 billion, showing strong signs of a recovering economy
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Big names in the banking industry are currently looking for thousands of new employees to work for them. If you were looking for a new career that would give you over $100,000 paycheck a year, it would be worth it to check these openings.

Business Insider looked at the listing from job search engine Indeed and shared that 14 of the big banks are "hiring like crazy" this year. Topping the list is JPMorgan Chase, which has over 2,000 job openings.

The global financial services firm is trying to fill in positions in the U.S., including an assistant general counsel, corporate M&A and private investments, per PE Hub; and a CCB, Senior Administrative Assistant, per Palatine Patch.

Coming in second place is Wells Fargo. The financial services company is also hiring over 2,000 employees. The bank recently was involved with fake accounts scandal, but now, Wells Fargo is changing how it is paying its employees.

In a report from LA Times, Wells Fargo is introducing a new incentive system to reward its employees. Inside of giving them incentives for new account openings, which were said to be the root of the fake accounts, the bank will give tellers and bank workers a bonus based on how often their customers use their accounts, as well as their service satisfaction.

Meanwhile, other banks that have job openings right now are Citi (over 750), Morgan Stanley (over 550), and Bank of America (over 500). PNC Bank and the Bank of New York Mellon have 400-450 available positions. US Bank, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, KeyBank and Deutsche Bank have 200-250 slots while HSBC, Goldman Sachs, and UBS have 50-150 openings.

The news of these bank job openings came amid reports that in the next decade, 1.8 million jobs in the financial sector will be gone. This forecast from Citigroup was attributed to the efforts of banks to cut costs and automate most of their processes, as reported by Investopedia.

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