Questions and Answers about AXA Advisors

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What is the interview process like?

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Several interviews. Information is made intentional confusing. Misleading.

Answered - Financial Advisor (Current Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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You will have at least 3 interviews. They are about one hour each.

Answered - Financial Consultant (Current Employee) - Scottsdale, AZ

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The interview process was fairly relaxed and comfortable. It was fairly brief in most cases and consisted of three separate stages. A phone interview, a manager interview, and a branch manager interview.

Answered - Financial Professional (Former Employee) - Woodbury, NY

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2 interviews - first with the Branch Manager, who will get to know you briefly and assign you a manager. Second: said manager will discuss the hiring process, including getting licensed and the formal process of registering with the appropriate government agencies.

Answered - Financial Advisor (Current Employee) - Indianapolis, IN

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It is to the point to see if you are axa material. You must be able to pass the Series 7, 66, and Life and Health before you are to be in their Pep program.

Answered - Financial Advisor (Former Employee) - West Des Moines, IA

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It took almost a year to get hired through a temp agency.

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Secaucus, NJ

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There are about 4-5 interviews spread over a few months. They need to be sure the position and career path are right for you, and you need enough time to consider whether it is something you want badly enough

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