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The Deloitte Talent in Banking Survey 2014

Ireland in focus

The results of this second Deloitte Talent in Banking Survey dispel a few preconceptions about what students want out of a career in banking. For example, money doesn't matter to students considering a career in banking as much as training and development. In addition, banking inclined students increasingly expect their first job to last five years or more and they also say they want stability in their careers.
 
Banking may be a global industry, but there are clear regional differences when it comes to career aspirations. A big challenge for banks in Ireland is how to compete successfully for talent against the high-tech companies that have set up European headquarters in Dublin in recent years. To attract talent banks should do better at exploiting their strengths, which they currently underplay. 

'The Deloitte Talent in Banking Survey 2014: Ireland in focus' explores some of the issues faced by banks in greater detail.

The Deloitte Talent in Banking Survey 2014: Ireland in focus

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