The Top 15 highest-paying jobs in banking, loans and quality insurance

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2020 is going to be an interesting year for banking as major changes to technology including the rollout of the 5G network will have major impacts on the banking industry. But this doesn’t mean there still aren’t plenty of jobs available in banking as well as loans and quality insurance?

Ladders put together a list of the 15 companies hiring the most $100K+ jobs currently in this exciting field using data from its continuously updated database of high-paying jobs.

1. Cognizant Technology Solutions: 738

Though India’s second-largest software company does plan to make significant layoffs in the upcoming quarters, they are currently hiring.

2. NTT DATA Services: 657

NTT Security is an $11 billion technology services company. It just merged 28 of its existing companies and brands across 70 countries to create NTT Ltd.

3. J.P. Morgan Chase: 465

The banking and financial services company was started in 2000 and is the largest bank in the U.S. and the sixth largest in the world (by assets). They are hiring for many blockchain positions right now, according to Forbes.

4. Citigroup: 371

Citigroup is set to post record annual revenues in Hong Kong.

5. Accenture: 322

Accenture will be acquiring Silveo, a French consulting company that provides solutions and services for supply chains and manufacturing.

6. Micron Technology: 266

The CEO announced in May his plan to invest $3 billion in the expansion of the Micron Manassas branch, making the company a leader in the driverless car market.

7. Scotiabank: 246

Scotiabank was just named bank of the year in Canada.

8. Luxottica Group: 242

Luxottica is rolling out something major in retail innovation.

9. Trinity-Health: 242

Trinity Health is making a major diabetes initiative push. 

10. XPO Logisitics: 217

XPO Logistics, Inc. is a U.S. corporation and one of the world’s 10 largest providers of transportation and logistics services. The company has approximately $15 billion in revenue, serves more than 50,000 customers, and operates a network of over 88,000 employees and 1,440 locations in 34 countries.

11. Kaiser Permanente: 207

Despite the unfortunate death of the company’s CEO Bernard Tyson this fall, the company has become a leading advocate in the movement to improve the delivery on care and benefits in the U.S.

12. U.S. Bank: 206

U.S. Bancorp is an American financial services holding company based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

13. CBS Corporation: 201

According to Forbes, CBS Corp. has successfully added close to $1.35 billion in revenues over the last two years.

14. Google: 198

The installment of four Google tech hubs in San Jose could translate into 30,000 new jobs, depending on the tech goliath’s implementation of newly bought sites.