Questions and Answers about Prudential

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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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2 weeks to be onboarded.

Answered - FSA - Financial Services Analyst (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL

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Background, fingerprint

Answered - Marketing Assistant (Current Employee) - Melville, NY

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It does not taking so long. all you need to do is submit your application. when you are shortlisted for an interview, and you pass, you go through a training.

Answered - Sales Consultant (Current Employee) - Chingola

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At least one month to get hired. You must secure the State License before they can hire you.

Answered - Insurance Agent (Former Employee) - Joppa, MD

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About two weeks

Answered - Dividend Specialist (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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1 week, apply, interview, get hired

Answered - Financial Advisor (Former Employee) - Birmingham, AL

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1-2 months from interview to starting training.

Answered - Service Associate Professional (Former Employee) - Scottsdale, AZ

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Approximately 2 months if you are already licensed in all of the required certifications. Legitimately, with no experience it is more like 4-6 months before you make your first paycheck.

Answered - Financial Professional Associate (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA

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I was hired within a week.

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Aventura Florida

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Contractors can be hired after a few months, college trainees can be hired at will and post application/interview may take a short period of time from my personal views.

Answered - BUSINESS/SYSTEMS ANALYST/MANAGER (Former Employee) - New Jersey and Pennsylvania

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