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Volume 18 - Number 14

July 11, 2014

Rising Production May Mean More Jobs

Mortgage professionals continue to face a tough job market, but they can still find gainful employment depending on what their position is. No one is completely secure in the current economic environment, although mortgage brokers and loan officers may have the best standing. “Demand for key talent has suddenly spiked,” said Rick Glass, a principal in R.T. Glass & Associates of California, a mortgage recruiting firm. Mortgage brokerage firms added ...

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