Job seekers, many formerly working on Wall Street, line up to speak with 13 government agencies, including the SEC and the FBI. The New York job fair shows how many jobs formerly associated with finance have shifted from the private to public sector.
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Wall Street Workers Bank on a Federal Future Article | NEW YORK, April 24 -- The executives lining up early for an all-day job fair worked, or had worked, at investment banks, brokerages and hedge funds. Yet as they filed into the granite lobby of a midtown high-rise Friday, résumés in hand, they were not arriving to schmooze with representatives fro...