PNC Financial Services Group
58Below average
3.6
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PNC Financial Services Group careers and employment

Work happiness
Scores based on about 823 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
58
Below average
Work Happiness Score
Below average
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
70
Achievement
Above average
Do people feel they are achieving most of their goals at work?
68
Learning
Average
Do people feel they often learn something at work?

About the company

CEO
Picture of Bill Demchak, CEO of PNC Financial Services Group
Bill Demchak
Founded
1845
Company size
more than 10,000
Revenue
more than $10B (USD)
Industry
Financial Services

Jobs near you

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Full-time

Quantitative Analytics & Model Development Analyst Sr. -Implementation

Tysons Corner, VA

30+ days ago
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Full-time

Portfolio Analytics & Strategy Analyst Sr - Loan Loss Reserve

Tysons Corner, VA

30+ days ago
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Full-time

Out of Branch Sales Specialist I-Workplace

Vienna, VA

30+ days ago
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Full-time

Investment Advisor - PNCI (F)

Sterling, VA

30+ days ago
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Full-time

Mortgage Loan Officer (MLO)

Chantilly, VA

30+ days ago
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Salaries

Salary estimated from 14.1K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Teller
$16.18 per hour
-12.9%below industry average
Customer Service Representative
$15.24 per hour
1.6%above industry average
Financial Consultant
$57,666 per year
-0.9%below industry average

Customer Service

Personal Banker
$37,481 per year
-4.6%below industry average
Customer Service Representative
$15.24 per hour
1.6%above industry average
Customer Support Representative
$16.98 per hour
4.2%above industry average

Retail

Teller
$16.18 per hour
-12.9%below industry average
Branch Manager
$70,686 per year
-7.2%below industry average
Senior Branch Manager
$74,567 per year
-17.3%below industry average

Software Development

Software Engineer
$90,177 per year
Engineering Lead
$94,579 per year
Product Manager
$93,598 per year
-26.1%below industry average

Rating overview

Top 57% in the industry. Rating is calculated based on 4.8K reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Financial Consultant in Ashburn, VA
3.0
on March 12, 2019
great work place
Very relax business environment , dress code. very supportive mangers and team. upper managements surprise visits to motivate employees . Great benefits.
Senior Mortgage Loan Officer in Kalamazoo, MI
4.0
on July 9, 2020
Micro managed to death
Serious micromanagement in the corporate office. The benefits were excellent, the flexibility in schedule was decent, the pay wasn't awful the metrics required for bonuses were nearly impossible to attain.
Branch Sales and Service Associate in Maryland
5.0
on July 9, 2020
Branch management is fantastic
good company to work for. Its my second time working with the company. Great benefits including time off and 401k and pension plan. Medical and dental and vision
Loan Support Analyst in Pittsburgh, PA
2.0
on July 8, 2020
Decent work/life balance but overall you are just a number
I worked for PNC for over eleven years and yet I can sum up my thoughts on the company with one example and just a few sentences. In the department where I worked, the employees were grouped into teams which usually consisted of a dozen or so people, a team lead, and a manager. Our group of eight consultants and a team lead received a new manager after our manager retired. At the time, all nine of us had each been with the company for no less than ten years (and some over twenty). Within less than two years of this new manager taking over every single consultant and the team lead left by either transferring to another department, quitting, or retiring early. No one in upper management even noticed. The work itself isn't difficult but it does require a certain amount of knowledge and the training is insufficient. Communication between departments is chaotic and confusing and while the pay isn't terrible, raises are non-existent. As far as advancement, it depends on what department in the bank that you start from. If you begin in certain areas, no matter what degree or what experience you have you will be judged as being "less than" and forced to advance in baby steps, often making lateral moves. That being said, there are opportunities to work from home and overall the job is kind to working mothers and fathers/young families.
Bank Teller in Aberdeen, MD
4.0
on July 7, 2020
Overall good
Was a teller for a year and half. Overall good experience but pay could have been better. Enjoyed set schedule and holidays off. Good intro into banks.
Escalation Manager in Oshtemo, MI
2.0
on July 6, 2020
Unless you're dead inside, find something else
I've put in five years at this place and have watched really good employees get fired for really bizarre reasons, such as following a directive from a superior. Customer abuse is rampant, which is why, unless you're adept at burying all emotions, this is not a good job.

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Interview insights

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