If I wanted to become one of those guys who sits in the office at a Wells Fargo, or a "Merrill Edge" guy or something like that, what is required? What are those jobs called? Do they require prospecting? Do they come with base salaries or are the commission based, or a combination of the two?
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At the company I work for the branch "financial consultants" we call them, are fully licensed advisors that work with the banks clients. They basically do not do much prospecting. Some do more then others, its up to them. They make commission, but they have full benefits too. Health, 401k, paid sales assistant. It seems like a pretty good gig.
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