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Vol -  9, Issue- 8 ,         Page(s) : 63 - 73  (2018 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH


The banking industry in India is undergoing rapid changes on day to day basis. Mergers, acquisitions, manpower downsizing – all are rampant in the economy of the bank. Despite this the banking industry continues to be the largest employer for the youth of India. It is still attracting technical and non –technical graduates from the market. In fact banking job, especially in public sector has become a hot cake for educated unemployed graduate in the country. Naturally one question arises in the mind as to what is so coveted in public sector bank job for which technical as well as non technical graduates are so crazy. This paper is an attempt to identify such factors which makes banking job very attractive among such unemployed youth. A survey among the youth aged 20 -30 was carried out through a questionnaire asking the motivating factors in bank job.

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