JPMorgan's reentry program helps women back to work

Business Woman

When Keita Young left her job as a lawyer to raise children she never imagined taking an eleven-year break.

Fox Business reports that when she decided to return to work, she wasn’t sure any law firm would hire her, after being out of practice for so long.

That’s when she contacted her law school alumni association and found JPMorgan Chase’s ReEntry program. Now, Young is back in the work force as a vice president and assistant general counsel at JPMorgan, all thanks, she says, to the bank’s program.

'The program really has changed my life'. says Young. 'Without this program I don’t think I would have been able to re-enter workforce after eleven years without the support that I needed to be successful'.

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JPMorgan Helps Women Re-enter the Workforce

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