The job is marketed as better than it really is.
Pros: good training
Cons: hours, pay, conflicting communication with management, and few upfront benefits.
The hours were long and hard, and there wasn't much room for creativity. They have their method, and you may not vary from it much at all. Hardest part of the job is the pay, which requires you to work 80 hours a week to barely scrape by. I enjoyed learning about securities, investments, and meeting people.