The Balance Sheet: 2010 Banking Survey Halftime Report Editi

by Derek Loosvelt | April 23, 2010

We're midway through our annual banking survey (a little over two weeks down, with two weeks to go) so we thought we'd give you a halftime report, by the numbers, to quench your quantitative thirst. Enjoy.

Percentage of respondents who say firm culture was the single most important factor in deciding to accept their firm's offer over others: 35

Percentage who say prestige was the most important factor: 18

Percentage who say compensation was the most important: 9

Percentage of respondents who say that, knowing what they know now, they would make the same decision about which firm to join: 90

Average score on a scale of 1 to 10 (where 1 is inadequate and 10 is extremely generous) that respondents give to their compensation: 6.90

Average score on a scale of 1 to 10 (where 1 is completely unsatisfied, 10 is completely satisfied) that respondents give to their job satisfaction: 7.53

Average score on a scale of 1 to 10 (where 1 is in a precarious position and 10 is well positioned to thrive) that respondents give to their firm's overall business outlook: 8.34

Percentage of respondents who are white/Caucasian: 73

Percentage who are Asian: 15

Percentage who are Hispanic/Latino: 4

Percentage who are African American/black: 3

Average score on a scale of 1 to 10 (where 1 needs a lot of improvement and 10 means receptive and effective) that respondents give to their firm's diversity practices with respect to women: 7.58

Average score that respondents give to diversity with respect to gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender employees: 7.19

Percentage of respondents who are openly gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender: 2

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