Careers

Build your career at HSBC

Achieve your ambitions

HSBC is one of the world’s leading international banks. Whether you are looking for a first job or taking the next step in your career, we offer many ways for you to realise your ambitions. Come and work with us and you'll have opportunities to make connections all over the world and help build the bank for the future.

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Our business areas and teams

We serve our customers through our global businesses, which are supported by our operational and functional teams. You will have many ways to develop your career.

Students and graduates

We offer a range of opportunities for students and graduates, from work experience and apprenticeships to global internships, graduate programmes, and entry-level positions.

Fact: HSBC has around 235,000 full-time equivalent employees worldwide.
Fact: There are 144 different languages spoken by employees around the world.
Fact: A total of 257,000 working hours were spent volunteering with community projects in 2018.

Careers in the USA

Find out how you can help us meet the needs of our diverse customers across the USA.

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