Description of Financial AdvisorFinancial Services Account Representative, Financial Advisor for New York Life Insurance in New York, NY. Read more ... » Job
We realize most transitioning or retiring military service members do not have the licenses required to be a Financial Advisor. We are currently seeking ambitious, driven and competitive men and women transitioning out of the military to become fully-licensed Financial Advisors. No financial background? No worries…. These licenses usually consist of a State Life & Health and a Series 6, 63 & 65 Securities License (or Series 7 & 66).
- Successful Financial Advisors have integrity, are coachable, competitive, ethical and have a natural market.
- We have a proven training program and a 50-year history of equipping transitioning and retiring U. S. Military Service Members with the tools necessary to build a successful business as part of a local District.
If these characteristics describe you and you have at least 6 years of honorable military service and a Bachelor’s Degree and would like more information about this opportunity, please click below to apply and someone from our recruiting department will contact you.
Benefits of being a Financial Advisor:
- In 2010 the national mean (average) of financial advisor salaries was $91,220. The highest paid 10 percent of financial advisors earned more than $166,400.1
- Financial advising is expected to become one of the fastest-growing careers, with a projected growth rate of 32.1 percent between 2010 and 2020.2
- CareerCast.com recently ranked Financial Planning 5th Best Job of 2012 (out of 200).3
- Becoming an advisor is like going into business for yourself, but without the capital investment required in starting a business.
- Financial advising is about helping others – helping them to prepare for the risks we all face and being there when they need it most. In this career, you will literally change the course of people’s lives.
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