BofA’s 8,500 JAX Jobs “Critically Important” to The Bank Says CEO
Brian Moynihan, Chairman and CEO of Bank of America, was the keynote speaker at the JAXUSA Partnership economic development division meeting this week and says the bank’s 8,500 jobs in JAX are “critically important” to the bank. No earth-shattering news here, just that the bank shared their local job numbers which it has been reluctant to do in the past. Moynihan cited JAX’ good educational system, training, and quality of life and mentioned that BofA was bringing back 5,000 jobs from outside the U.S. and Jax is a “beneficiary of that”. Karen Brune Mathis of The JAX Daily Record has the article.