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Any good ideas for financial services experience?

I'm a recent college graduate with a solid professional/academic resume, but I am lacking in the relative work history department. I've been pursuing entry-level analyst jobs in corporate finance and financial services firms but haven't had any success landing one. Its now time to get job to fill in my resume/have income until I can secure a job in the investment industry. Any suggestions that would be a "plus" in the eyes of a recruiter? Thanks in advance! (My ideas so far... bank teller, internships, temp agency...)

Asked By: snoconeathome - 3/11/2008
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Primerica is an option, but it may not be for you. Although recruiting people is very important to building a business with Primerica, if all you want is money to live on, it is not required. However, the only way to make more money (ex: increase commissions) in the business, is to build a team... More
Answered By: Richard H - 3/14/2008
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maybe you could be a Primerica representative.
Answered By: me - 3/11/2008
 
Don't do the Primerica rep thing that was given as an answer. It's basically an organized pyramid scheme. Its horrible. They bait you into just trying to recruit people, instead of concentrating on the job of a financial consultant, which is helping people. I am so against that company and companies like it I wish they... More
Answered By: The Curious Man - 3/11/2008
 
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