A bank manager is responsible for all aspects of a branch bank: managing the banking team, increasing sales of financial products like loans; and attracting new customers. Salaries range from $40,000 to $80,000 per year, depending on the location.  It’s a good job, but it’s not for everybody. To be successful, you’ll need to combine people skills with financial know-how. And to get the job, you’ll need to first acquire the appropriate skills and experience, establish yourself in the banking industry, and build a professional network.
At the end, what does this ad do? It just reinforces our natural biases. Poor is bad, rich is good, and most importantly, rich people deserve their fortune because they are inherently better than the rest of us. You might not like that message, but it’s been selling cars for a very long time. If Audi wanted to try some authentic activism, they might consider showing us an African-American man or woman who overcame a tough upbringing to become an actual customer, or perhaps a differently-abled person who’s achieved enough to buy himself an S8 as a reward for his hard work. But that’s not terribly aspirational, is it? Who wants to be those people? And, by the same token, who wouldn’t want to be that handsome father lifting his beautiful daughter out of someone else’s winning race car?