Bank of America Re-Joins with

There’s opportunity everywhere you look at Bank of America.

By Randy Miller

For 4 years now Bank of American has been on the team. They are committed to hiring Americas finest. I am proud to announce that last year alone, Bank of America hired over 275 US Veteran men and women into their work force and plan to double that number this year.

At Bank of America, they not only recognize the sacrifices our military service members and their families have made, they also value the training, operational skills and leadership ability you have developed while protecting our country.

Bank of America provides a number of career opportunities in many different lines of business where you can put your experience to use. They are seeking individuals that match the set of core values of ‘Doing the Right Thing’, ‘Trusting and Teamwork’ and most of all, a ‘Commitment to Excellence’.

Current openings: 3,400 in the U.S.

Bank of America has more than 280,000 associates and fills tens of thousands of jobs around the globe every year. Positions are available in all their lines of business, from consumer banking, commercial banking and investment management to technology, human resources, marketing, supply chain management and administration.

Join the thousands of veterans who now call Bank of America their Employer of Choice – an organization that appreciates and rewards its associates with generous “Pay for Performance” and benefits plans.

Visit Bank of America’s career page on by CLICKING HERE

To apply to any of the thousands of careers around the globe, visit the career page at  BANK OF AMERICA/MILITARY

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