J.P. Morgan is a leader in financial services, offering solutions to clients in more than 100 countries with one of the most comprehensive global product platforms available. We have been helping our clients to do business and manage their wealth for more than 200 years. Our business has been built upon our core principle of putting our clients' interests first.

Investing in the advancement of women is a key focus for J.P. Morgan. That’s why we’re expanding our efforts on behalf of women inside and outside of the firm with Women on the Move. This is a global, firm-wide initiative that empowers female employees, clients, and consumers to build their careers, grow their businesses, and improve their financial health. With roots in thousands of local communities and more than 250,000 employees (50% of whom are women), we are excited to increase our commitment to the success of women and girls.

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Read more about J.P. Morgan’s Gender Pay Gap Report.

Read more about the Women on the Move initiative at J.P. Morgan.

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"We value all talent and strive to ensure that everyone has the chance to progress in their careers. There are online training sessions that are available to all employees where you can gain skills and knowledge to aid in your career progression. We also have a fantastic Talent and Development team within HR which runs programs that directly help with career development from technical skills to other core competencies, such as personal branding & effective communication."
Tia Counts
Executive Director, EMEA
Tia Counts, Executive Director, EMEA
"I’ve never been put under pressure to stay late, or to take a trip somewhere. I’ve never felt that my promotion prospects were linked to the fact that I had two children. Senior management take an active role in ensuring that working mums have opportunities at every level."
Niamh Taylor
Executive Director, Investor Services
Niamh Taylor, Executive Director, Investor Services
"J.P. Morgan recognizes the talent of the people who work here and works hard to retain that talent, so if someone is working at the next level, then I have seen them progress to that next stage. There are plenty of opportunities to take on more responsibility and leadership."
Safina Siddiqui
Associate, Technology
Safina Siddiqui, Associate, Technology