Goldman Sachs is no longer the No. 1 place to work for on Wall Street.
There’s a new king on the street and it’s JPMorgan.
That’s according to an online survey by Vault.com, which asked financial-sector employees to rate their firms based on different measures of employee satisfaction.
One reason might be the bank’s outspoken chief executive Jamie Dimon. JPMorgan’s leader has made a name for himself speaking out against bank regulations with many considering him as Wall Street’s “hero.”
Here are some other reasons cited by employees who took the survey.
He goes on: 'As a junior trader, you work longer hours, but it's still not like investment bankers, lawyers, or consultants. And there's very little travel, which, at this point in my life, is great.
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