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Wall Street bank uses Snap Specs to lure young talent

Wall Street bank uses Snap Specs to lure young talent

A Wall Street bank is utilising a new trend to draw in talented young candidates. Citi is implementing Snap Spectacles, the sunglasses designed by Snapchat’s parent company, which have been programmed to show jobseekers what a career at Citi might look like.

Courtney Storz, Head of Global Campus Recruitment and Program Management at Citi, told Business Insider: “What we really loved about this concept is it allowed people to get a bird's eye view to see new interactions and follow someone around as they do their job.

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