"We regularly review our business and customer needs and adjust our staffing accordingly – creating new roles where we see the need or reducing positions when appropriate," a Chase spokesperson told Reuters. In an interview with Reuters, JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon said the outlook for hiring remains up at the bank when asked about plans for jobs given cuts at other Wall Street banks.
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NEW YORK, February 08, 2023--Chase announced today that it intends to hire more than 500 small business bankers over the next two years as part of the firm’s ongoing efforts to expand small business relationships and increase access to credit, advice and education, while helping small business owners navigate current inflation and concerns of a recession.