Working at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC)

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J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC) Reviews

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Operations Analyst in Washington:
Great start to a career but very challenging for longterm stability. JPMC is constantly rotating operations and shifting departments from states to states and sometimes overseas. It was fun being apart of such a massive company but longterm as in 5 yrs don’t ever consider your “position” solid. I was apart of Asset Management Technology and from the Managing Director down watched both the MD and ED get forced retirement and their personal performance was the absolute best management I’d ever worked under. JPMC is a great resume filler and will help your career just always remember no one is safe longterm, that’s ultimately why I decided to leave the company even thou I’m very happy I was part of the organization and it certainly wasn’t a step back in my career.
Exciting, Many Opportunities.
Operations/Data Analyst in Columbus:
Pros: Challenging work.any opportunities to improve processes and customer experience. The company seeks to always improve internally
Cons: Accountability for bad leadership. Leadership training is lacking.
Corporate culture.
Risk Analyst:
Pros: Corporate culture, work flexibility, office conditions.
Cons: The management.
A great achievement.
Operations Analyst:
Pros: Ability to better one self.
Cons: Not much.
Executive Director:
Pros: Great pay and opportunities for advancement.
Cons: Nothing.
Application Developer:
Pros: The compensation & work life balance.
Cons: Skill sets and abilities vary dramatically across organizations.
Relationship Banker:
Pros: Not too stressful. Relatively decent hours.
Cons: Pressure to perform consistently in terms of sales.