This is what young Wall Streeters want from their employers
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The Business Insider​ article, “This is what young Wall Streeters want from their employers,” featured the firm's study, "Career Crossroads: The Talent Migration from Finance to Tech."
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Business Insider

For decades the only thing Wall Street firms had to do to attract top talent was offer the most competitive salaries and bonuses. But that may not be enough anymore.  

That's according to a recent report out by the Toigo Foundation and Russell Reynolds Associates, New York-based executive-search firm. The two firms surveyed 300 financial professionals with six to 10 years of post-MBA experience to uncover why some Wall Streeters might be thinking about leaving finance.  

The global survey covered the financial, ethnic, and geographical gamut.  

According to the survey from Toigo Foundation and Russell Reynolds, 50% of mid- and senior-level finance leaders are considering leaving their employer, and 20% are considering leaving finance. 

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