Normally, a stray comma is something that makes only writers and editors balk, but in the banking world, the addition or absence of that same punctuation mark could mean thousands upon thousands of dollars.
Well, maybe just a couple thousand if you’re looking at the money in my account.
Still, it’s no wonder JPMorgan Chase would want a communications manager
skilled in both writing and editing to oversee plans and strategies for a number of its retirement business segments, particularly where its marketing efforts are concerned.
Commas aside, for the time being focus your attention on the job details, which you can find here