New York, NY (PRWEB UK) 18 September 2012
It’s not only job postings. Over the last three months, Wall Street talent scouts have been scouring the talent pool. What skills have been top of mind? It shouldn’t come as a surprise that programming languages and technology skills have dominated the search for talent on eFinancialCareers by a large margin.
Whether big data, algo jockeys, high speed trading, or client service, Wall Street craves tech skills, as revealed by the top skills searched for on eFinancialCareers:
The next four skill sets on Wall Street’s “buy” list are fixed income, risk, project management and business analysis. Technology pervades these jobs as well – just consider these job postings on eFinancialCareers if you want evidence of the evolution of skill expectations:
These are the weapons that firms are wielding to manage risk and extract profit in a tighter and trickier environment. The debate around high-speed trading and run-away algorithms aside, this genie is out of the bottle.
Top 10 searches on eFinancialCareers US, June-August 2012
1.Programming languages & databases *
8.Financial Planner and advisor
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