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Good news for Indians amid epidemic, this company will give jobs to 4000 people in tech sector

Currently, New York-based JP Morgan has over 2.5 lakh employees globally and over 35,000 of them are employed in India.

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Most people have lost their jobs in the Corona era. Meanwhile, many people are not getting jobs, while some have to face the problem of salary cutting. In such a situation, a great opportunity has come for Indians to get jobs in the tech sector. American investment banking company JP Morgan is planning to give jobs to thousands of people in India this year.

JPMorgan said that it wants to add around 4,000 experienced technologists in India this year. Gaurav Ahluwalia, Head of HR India Corporate Center at JP Morgan said, “Technology is critical to our customer success and business strategy. We have always been ready to develop its talent, which includes sectors such as cloud, big data, artificial intelligence, machine learning, digital platforms and cyberspace. “

Over 2.5 lakh people work at JP Morgan

Currently New York-based JP Morgan has more than 2.5 lakh employees globally and over 35,000 of them are employed in India. These workers are working in its ongoing Technology and Operations Centers in Bangalore, Mumbai and Hyderabad. These centers support the operation of the Global Investment Bank.

There will be hiring in the tech center of Bengaluru

Sources in the Times of India said that the majority of the hiring will take place at the tech center in Bengaluru. Recently, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon stated that the bank has pledged $ 2 million to support COVID relief efforts, including the US-India Friendship Alliance. JPMorgan Chase has announced an assistance of US $ 2 million for the prevention of Covid-19 Epidemic in India and has appealed to its employees to provide assistance.

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