The Organization’s MissionEnd extreme poverty within a generation and boost shared prosperity.
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On average, employees at World Bank stay with the company for 2.9 years. Employees most commonly join World Bank after leaving International Monetary Fund. When they leave World Bank, they most frequently get their next job at Wells Fargo.
|Average Length of Employment|
World Bank2.9 years
Boston Consulting Group2.1 years
|Top Employers Before World Bank|
JPMorgan Chase5.6 %
|Top Employers After World Bank|
Wells Fargo15.0 %
JPMorgan Chase9.1 %
Bank of America8.3 %
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