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Goldman Sachs’ two presidents laid out the firm’s new look: a Millennial majority, an increasingly diverse group of analysts coming from more schools and a growing proportion of engineers.

About 50% to 60% of the company’s workforce is 30 or younger, David Solomon, who shares the president and chief operating officer titles with Harvey Schwartz, said Tuesday at a conference in Washington.

Schwartz, in a podcast last week, said more than a quarter of the firm’s staff are engineers, a number “that’s likely to keep growing.”

The demographics illustrate how senior executives view the shifting make-up of the bank’s workforce of almost 36,000 as it adapts to a changing business climate and technology advancements that promise to disrupt or enhance how the industry works with customers. The changes can be seen most clearly in the ways the engineering and human-resources organizations are changing.

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