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Some Wall Street firms are reevaluating policies for drug testing employees. Here’s where the biggest banks stand on testing workers for marijuana use.

  • New York City Council passed a bill in April that bars employers in the city from forcing job applicants — outside "safety-sensitive" industries like law enforcement and construction — to take drug tests for marijuana use.
  • Business Insider asked five of the largest banks about their policies on testing job applicants and recent hires for marijuana use.
  • A spokesperson for Goldman Sachs told Business Insider that while the bank does drug test new hires, the screening process does not include marijuana.
  • Citigroup is reevaluating its policy on screening job applicants for marijuana use as more Wall Street banks weigh whether to work with the industry, a representative confirmed to Business Insider.
  • The Citi representative confirmed to Business Insider that while Citi still tests all job applicants for marijuana use, it had held discussions over whether to change the policy in recent months.

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From the bellhop to the concierge, here's how much everyone makes in a hotel

  • Hotels employ a wide variety of workers, and salaries range from well below the median wage to very high-paying.
  • The Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Employment Statistics program offers data on employment and wages across different occupations and industries.
  • According to that report, there were about 2 million Americans employed in the traveler accommodation industry in May 2018, the most recent year for which data is available.
  • Hotel jobs tend to be lower paying than average.
  • The median annual wage for an employee in the traveler accommodation industry was just $32,420, below the overall median wage of $38,640.

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