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Response to TxGuitar (Reply #15)

Wed May 19, 2021, 01:11 PM

19. hmmm....

I used to work as an engineer at sybase. We serviced the top money houses in nyc, including banks.

At first, I was shocked at how many vice presidents I was dealing with on nut and bolt database issues. Then someone told me that DBA's in manhatten make so much the banks had to hire them in as VP's, since that was the only pay grade that went that high. They weren't fiduciary officers, just positional, but they still carried the title.

Certainly that is an exception to what people are saying. But I suspect that at BoA, the remaining tellers aren't your tellers of olds, but also do loans, account management, and other higher level jobs.

I know that at my small BoA branch, I have walked in to some business account stuff and a teller came out from behind the glass wall to handle it at a desk like a manager would.

So instead of having tellers as a stand alone job, they seemed to be more of a hybrid role with more responsibilities than just a teller.

Dunno, I'll defer to others on these points.

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