Seems like a ton of anxiety and worry over potential job losses. I will give my best advice (whether you work at Chase or not)
Corporations are not your friend, parent or caregiver. it is a transaction, not a 'relationship'. You provide a service in return for money.
Automation is the new reality. If a robot or code can do your job, you will not have a job. Period. Do things robots can't do (it will become increasingly difficult as robots are getting better at an alarming rate)
Layoffs and periods of under/unemployment must be factored into your financial plans. Don't get into a mortgage and car loans that assume a 30 year stretch of uninterrupted income.
Save money. Don't be a dumb--s. Save. Lots. Of. Money! A six month cushion is a minimum. Eat ramen and drive a 10 year old car. (Note: if you have worked at Chase for 10+ years and don't have 2 nickels to rub together, you are an idiot.)