On May 6, 2008, in All, Industry Analysis, John Sumser,, by John Sumser

Job postings don’t work very well in certain markets. For instance, seasoned working investment brokers with formal certification simply don’t cruise the job boards.

In New York metro, there’s a real shortage of mid-level executives. The supply of college graduates is  less than adequate to replace the attrition losses. (I want to underline that last statement…while the population does, in fact, continue to grow, the output of colleges and universities is falling short of demand. The scene in NYC is foreshadowing

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