February 10, 2021
By 2023, banks will be hiring More than ten thousand new resources. Of these, only 50% will come from economy grades, while demand (up to 30%) is for Award winning STEM discipline. She is a graduate in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Banks, which are the most required certificates
The digital transformation taking place in banks aims to demand technological skills that have not yet become widespread in this sector. In the face of shrinking the number of branches, due to the strong digitization of services, the professional attributes required by banks are changing
According to a survey conducted by Sun 24 hours Out of ten major credit institutions, a request Graduates in economics It will still be the main factor but no more than 50% of new hires will be transferred, while the percentage of employees coming from Faculties of Humanities and Law.
On the other hand, with peaks reaching 30%, demand is on Graduates in the so-called STEM discipline: Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics. Banks will rely on resources here to empower the new professionals the sector needs: software engineering and information technology developers, user experience and preservation professionals, data scientists and data analysts.
Banking, hiring in the coming years
According to the announced plans for the three-year period 2021-2023, Intesa Sanpaolo and UniCredit are the two banks that will employ the most employees. We are talking about 3,500 new employees For Intesa Sanpaolo Group, 2.600 For UniCredit. Either way, in the face of departures, early retirement is possible thanks Class 100, Every two exits, an average new employee will be reached. This is the result of the agreements concluded with the trade unions.
Among small and medium-sized banks, the number of appointments they plan to make in three years stands out Silla GroupWhich aims to postulate 764 new employees Among the skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, the resources that will be devoted to private banking and traditional banking services.