From large investment houses to community banks, financial institutions across the country have already felt the sting of the recession. According to the FDIC, over two dozen banks closed their doors since the start of 2008, with countless others merging in the wake of devalued market capitalization. Financial professionals ranked among the most laid-off Americans in the early part of 2009, with thousands of former brokers and analysts wondering how to put their financial skills to work.
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