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Maybe Ernst & Young *Can* Save The Global Economy All By Itself

Yeah, there are doubters, but that doesn't mean Black and Yellow isn't going to try like hell to turn this thing around. In addition to the hires in the U.S., E&Y is trying solve employment problems around the world:  

Tens of thousands of financial services jobs are going in London according to the CEBR. UBS alone is cutting several thousand people, Standard Bank is cutting a few hundred, Credit Suisse is cutting anything from 750-3,000. But Ernst & Young is hiring. We reported a few weeks ago that Ernst & Young was planning to hire 10,000 people for EMEIA (Europe the Middle East, India and Asia) for the next financial year.  This turns out to have been an understatement: those 10,000 people are just E&Y’s graduate hires. It also plans to recruit 10,000 experienced staff.

The rest of you can chip in at any time.

[via EFC]

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