Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Current Issues in Economics and Finance
Human resources needs in the evolving financial sector
As banks, securities houses, and insurance companies offer increasingly similar services, how have their human resource needs changed? An analysis of survey data reveals that all three industries have come to rely more heavily on high-skilled labor; however, the educational and occupational profiles of their workforces have not become substantially more alike.
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Rebecca Demsetz, "Human resources needs in the evolving financial sector"
, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Current Issues in Economics and Finance, volume 3, issue Nov, 1997.
Keywords: Human capital ; Financial institutions ; Employees; Training of ; Job analysis
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