The bank job is all that you need, according to a new report by the World Bank.
Jobseekers in developing countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia were offered the chance to work at some of the world’s biggest banks to earn up to $5.3 million in the form of commissions, which is well below the $6,000-plus average pay for top bankers worldwide.
Job seekers in developing areas were also offered the option to become part of a small team of staff that will build virtual villages for a bank’s online service, which includes banking accounts and payment processing.
While the offer was great news for job seekers, the offer only covered one-third of the bank’s global workforce of more than 1 million.
“The bank is a great opportunity for jobseekers in subseafaring and other low-skilled occupations.
It’s also a great chance for job-seekers to learn how to build and manage virtual villages,” said Andrew Fung, chief executive officer of the World Banking Centre for Development and Development Services, which provides the job offer.”
This opportunity should be a good first step for job candidates who are interested in this job and want to start their careers as a virtual village builder.”
Jobseekers from Africa and the Middle East are also in the running for the job, as are those in Asia.
Jobseeker-in-Training is an open position that requires a bachelor’s degree, preferably in a career related field such as law, accounting or business.
Job-seekers from sub-Sahara countries in the region are eligible for the offer, but it’s not known how many jobs were offered, Fung said.
Job applicants from India and Southeast Asia were also in contention for the bank position, although the bank said it is not considering them.
While jobseekers from developing countries were given the option of working on their own villages, they were not guaranteed a spot at the top bank.
The World Bank said it’s a bit early to know how many people actually applied for the jobs, but said it hopes to get a better picture of the applicants from the region as early as next month.
“It’s really important that the bank offers this opportunity to people who want to work in banking,” said World Bank Africa head of workforce and development, Mokhtar Abdula.
“There are so many jobs out there for people who are just looking to get into banking.”
Job-seeking workers from developing areas are also encouraged to apply to the bank in person and will be able to submit job applications at its offices in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Pretoria.
The job offer comes at a time when many people are turning to virtual reality and social media for jobs.
The number of job applications has increased significantly over the last year, according the World Business Report, a job listing site.
Job openings for virtual jobs have also risen significantly, according data from The World Bank’s Virtual Skills Survey.
Job vacancies in the financial services sector, which include investment banking, accountancy and asset management, have also grown.
Job opportunities in the healthcare sector, meanwhile, are growing, while other sectors are slowing.
“People are working on a lot of different things, so it’s really hard to keep track of all of that,” Fung told CNNMoney.