When automated teller machines first caught on at banks, human tellers came to be seen as an anachronism that many institutions wanted to phase out.

Not anymore. Even as more and more transactions are being handled by ATM and telephone, bankers increasingly are valuing the human touch that only living tellers can provide. As a result, bank retail executives are looking for tellers whose primary talent is selling bank services, rather than counting money.

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