The financial services industry is recruiting far more people than it ever has before.
In 2016, the number of people seeking jobs with financial services companies more than doubled compared to the previous year.
In 2017, the industry saw more than $2.8 billion in job openings for financial professionals, according to a recent report by McKinsey & Company.
Financial professionals, as defined by the federal government, include bankers, brokers, accountants, legal assistants, and other professionals with no other financial experience.
According to McKinsey, about one in 10 financial professionals are seeking work with a financial institution.
Many of these positions are in financial products, like mortgage products and credit card loans, which can be outsourced to other industries.
But as the number and size of these jobs grows, it could pose a challenge for the industry’s leaders.
Many financial professionals say they are reluctant to join the industry, because of the cost and uncertainty it could create.
Some worry that the job market for financials is still in the early stages.
In addition to rising demand from consumers, the growing size of the financial services market is putting a strain on companies like Bank of America and Wells Fargo, which have experienced high profits but low profits in the past.
Wells Fargo has faced a $17 billion capital shortfall, and it has faced mounting legal expenses.
It is facing a lawsuit from a former customer who alleges that the bank lied to him when it promised him better service.
Bank of American, meanwhile, has had to scale back its expansion plans in recent years, and is now focused on servicing a small number of customers who pay its bills.
While the overall job market is still growing, it is slowing.
For instance, last year, the average number of financial jobs grew at a rate of 4.5%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
However, as of the end of June, the Bureau predicted that the number would drop to 3.4% in 2020.
And that is despite the fact that many of the jobs created are in the financials industry, according a recent study from the consulting firm McKinsey.
In fact, the McKinsey report found that about one-third of all the jobs in the banking industry were in financial services.
And while McKinsey notes that the financial industry is growing in numbers, it also notes that it has not seen a significant job loss in the same time period.
It has been over two decades since the financial crisis, which forced the financial sector to cut back on hiring.
In 2020, the financial firms had about 8% more job openings than they did in 2007.
But that growth has slowed significantly.
In the wake of the crisis, companies like Citigroup and JPMorgan cut back their hiring, and Bank of Ameritrade has also seen its job market shrink.
Still, there are signs that the industry is starting to recover, and there are a few companies that are taking advantage of the growth.
One of the best examples of how the financial markets are performing is the technology sector.
Last year, financial companies invested nearly $3.6 billion in venture capital, and the industry accounted for about 13% of venture capital investment in the United States.
Last month, Bank of the West, a technology company that has invested in over 100 startups, announced it was expanding its operations in New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago.
The company is also opening offices in New Jersey and Delaware.
The bank has also created an accelerator program to give companies an opportunity to gain access to some of the fastest-growing tech talent.
As more companies like these take advantage of these opportunities, the job markets for financial analysts and accountants are also likely to grow.
The financial industry has also benefited from the increased competition from technology companies, as well as the ability of technology to create jobs that once were hard to find.
In 2014, there were just 3,000 financial professionals working in the US, according the Bureau.
In 2018, that number rose to 7,000.
That means that in just the last two years, the proportion of financial professionals in the U.S. has more than tripled.
This means that the numbers of financials jobs are growing at a rapid pace.
The jobs available to financial professionals could also be affected by the rising cost of living, and how much more difficult it is to get a decent salary.
According the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, the cost of doing business has grown rapidly since 2000, and so it has become more difficult to pay people fairly.
Last summer, the Federal Labor Department reported that median wages have increased an average of 6.9% over the past four years, compared to an average increase of 4% over that same period in the decade prior.
In order to make ends meet, some financial professionals have taken to the streets to protest high unemployment rates and pay hikes.
In San Francisco last month, several thousand people marched in the city’s Financial District to demand higher pay.
“We need to raise our wages, we need