What is it like to work at Edward Jones?

3.7Work/Life Balance
3.3Job Security/Advancement
Difficult if you don't bring your own clients to the firm
Written by Financial Advisor (Former Employee) from Whitehall Township, PA on April 17, 2018
The good: Edward Jones paid for my training for Series 7, 66, and insurance training, and paid me a stipend while I was training. I learned that the company's culture doesn't work everywhere -- for example, here in the Northeast, the door-to-door introduction process in suburban / urban environments is not how most prospective clients like to do business. ...
ProsTraining and support for the basics of getting licensed
Cons50-60 hours/week early in your Edward Jones career
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