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Fidelity Jobs: Fund Manager to Hire for 12,000 New Positions – Bloomberg

by Arifa Rana

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Fidelity Investments is a money management behemoth. But its hiring plans more closely resemble a hungry startup. 
The Boston-based fund manager will add 12,000 new jobs by the end of the third quarter, it said Thursday — a spree that puts it on track to expand headcount by more than 50% in three years. The firm already has 57,000 staff, and discretionary assets of $4.2 trillion. 


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