Mission: We have an exceptional team of employees who work hard to do the right thing for our clients and the firm every day. This is why we are the most respected financial institution in the world — and why we can offer you an outstanding career.
J.P. Morgan has been doing first-class business in a first-class way for more than 200 years. We have been a leading player in helping companies grow and markets develop throughout our history. We work in collaboration across the globe to deliver the best solutions and advice to meet our clients' needs anywhere in the world. We operate in 150 countries, and hold global leadership positions across our businesses.
We have an exceptional team of employees who work hard to do the right thing for our clients and the firm every day. This is why we are the most respected financial institution in the world — and why we can offer you an outstanding career.
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We are committed to earning our clients' trust by giving them the best advice and delivering the best services. As a global institution with a unique breadth of offerings, we provide our clients with unparalleled innovation and solutions.
Whichever area of the business you're considering joining, you'll work with teams from other parts of the firm and around the world. Whether marketing the products, partnering with the client, making the technological infrastructure behind the trade, or completing the transaction, you will be critical to the firm's success.
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At J.P. Morgan, our reputation and our people are our most valuable assets. As such, we want to hire, develop and retain a diverse group of talent who will provide client solutions reflecting the best of their different points of view. Drawing from the broadest possible pool of talent — including all cultures, backgrounds, styles, ethnicities, religions, lifestyles and sexual orientations — to build an inclusive environment gives us a competitive advantage.
We are deeply committed to creating a true meritocracy, where every employee can contribute to his or her full potential and where no artificial barriers inhibit an employee's growth and advancement. We believe that by creating an inclusive environment, our employees will produce more innovative ideas and better solutions for our clients.
We believe that the success of our business is linked directly to the talent and commitment of our people. So at J.P. Morgan, hard work and accomplishments are recognized and rewarded. We're committed to a meritocracy, where every day provides a new opportunity for our people to make standout contributions. This environment creates a shared sense of ownership in the firm, which combined with incentives and rewards, motivates us to achieve excellent results.
We provide incentive awards that have to be earned every year. And we believe an ownership stake in the firm best aligns our employees' and shareholders' interests. But that's not the whole story. Our rewards program includes a variety of firm-sponsored programs and services available to our people that are designed to meet a range of needs.
We continuously ensure that our benefits remain competitive with leaders in our industry. This results in programs that deliver the best combination of quality, choice and value to our employees. Put together, our compensation and benefits packages are designed to motivate you and recognize your work.
I have been working at J.P. Morgan full-time
JP Morgan is one of the best places to work. They have top notch experts in every level of the organization and Jamie Dimon is one of the best CEOs in the industry.
The company is very large and moving within the firm can be difficult.
I applied online. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at J.P. Morgan (Chicago, IL) in August 2010.
There is a two panel interview. It includes the branch manager, and the assistant manager. They ask a series of prescript-ed questions about past history, previous work scenarios, and similarities in past jobs with the current role being sought. After the questions and a review of the resume, the potential employee is taken on a tour of the branch.
Figures were thrown out, and an offer was made, and I accepted.