What are the job positions at a bank
• head teller... So how how much do the make?
I got a job as a teller at a bank and am wondering what a good brand-kind-type of shoe i should get?
I am just leaving high school and looking at different jobs in banking and wanted some advise on what are some high paying ones. It doesnt matter how hard i need to work to get there.
I'm curious as to where the money is. I have no clue what to do for a job that will support me when I move out of my house. What kind of schooling can I get that can be used?
Sorry typo, what kind of degree / certificate can I get that I can actually use?
Never mind that I am not qualified, I would have to join a union, pay dues and taxes and probably do a bad job since I used to work in an office so should I wait?
How many infrastructure projects will there be to employ the 10 million and counting unemployed?
I have an interview at a bank in lee summit missouri as a teller position.. what do i wear? what are some interviewing tips?
If you were to be a new employee with a low level job, or if you were the highest rank there, what would you get ?
Is it the low man on the totem pole type of job? Does it pay well? Would you lose respect for someone who did it as a living.
why do you say it is a scam? Can't adults think for themselves before they call.
I would say that it is the safest form of sex and it is all a fantasy. Who doesnt like a little fantasy now and then.
Why does everyone assume that it is some fat chick on the other end of the line too.
If I were to apply at any bank what're do u think they look for? Like qualifications? Assuming I'm completely qualified for this job... I'm just curious as to what I should tell them
I am relocating to a major city in N.C. and am currently looking for a job in the banking industry. I have about a year and a half total of banking experience. I have a B.S. degree in Economics. How can I get my foot in the door and get an interview? I have money saved up to last me until the end of the year, but am eager to start a new career. How should I set up my resume? What should I say in the Cover Letter? Please help!!!
I am currently pursuing a double major in finance/real estate. I know that bank of america is partnered with merrill lynch and i hope to get an opportunity there. Are my chances any better than someone who does not have a job at bank of america?
Hi folks. Do you know of any major retailers or other companies that allow cashiers or tellers to sit on a stool full-time, or almost full-time? I need to do so to avoid foot pain.
Any leads appreciated. Thanks!
My wife has a bachelors in Accounting but was a home maker all her life. Now the kids are grown up, she wants to start working for time pass. How difficult is it get a job in a Bank (like teller etc.,) and what pre-requesite do you need to get such a job. Also do they come with benefits or are they just on hourly basis? What kind of salary do they pay? Any feed back on this will be greatly appreciated.
I am going to be 17 in a few months and I have several months of experience working as a cashier. My grandma was the head manager at several banks in the area we live till she retired too. In fact she trained most of the tellers at a bank down the street and most of the tellers and management know who I am because of her. Just Curious. Also we live in ohio if that helps
Please don`t give me a link. Someone who knows what they are talking about please answer my question please.
I am a freshmen in college, getting my associates degree in Business, and I plan on transferring to another school after one more year to get a degree in Finance.
I want a head start on my career, so what is a good job related to business and finance that I could get now, at 18 years old, with no experience or degree?
I'm tired of this boring receptionist job...
I am thinking about apply one, but I wonder what future career advancement to be a bank teller? is it possible to go deeper into finance industry?
I am an architecture student and am applying to various jobs. They range from bank teller to cashier etc. I want to include an image of architectural plans (its artsy) at the top of my resume almost like a heading, is this professional or should I not include it? I want my resume to stand out from the hundreds employers must see.
I received a larger than usual paycheck and was heading on a trip. I didn't want to deposit it into my account and have a hold placed. If I were to go to my job's bank that issued the check would they cash it on a Saturday? I thought I remember overhearing a teller say they allowed that. Thanks in advance.
I can think of nanny, air hostess, nurse, of the top of my head, anymore? And what makes a profession/ job 'feminine'?
p.s is a dental higienist a feminine profession?
I've interviewed with the assistant branch manager, the branch manager, and now they want me to meet with the district manager at a different location. What should I expect? From anyone who works at chase, what are my chances?? I really want this job and I'm sooooo nervous...Thanks in advance.