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Jan 6, 2013 12:57 am

Ladies and gentlemen. I am a professional (of another industry) who recenty passed my exams to be an Investment Advisor Rep. Since I'm a part-timer at this and already quite busy (and pretty satisfied) in my existing profession I am struggling a bit to find a good fit. I was hired and sponsored by a firm I was a client with for many years but their minimum production requirements, given poor back-office support, seemed daunting. Recently I was picked up by another firm (that shall remain nameless) that seems much more bent on recruting than selling. I'm not very interested in "building a team". What would be a good option for an educated, licensed, part-timer? Thanks in advance for any honest advice.

Jan 6, 2013 3:55 pm

So what is your question? You said: "What would be a good option for an educated, licensed, part-timer? " but it's not clear what you mean by option.. What are you asking?

Jan 6, 2013 11:24 pm

What I am asking is: If I want to use my 66 and 7, work part time, and make a little cash ($30K or more annually, for argument's sake) what kind of company should I approach? Would some local RIAs be interested in hiring a licensed part-timer? If you have any experience or knowledge about this please advise. Thanks.

Jan 8, 2013 10:31 pm

This is not something you do part time. Very few firms will want to have you as part time rep...they want your full commitment. This is not that job bro