Should I switch jobs?
My wife currently works as a teller at a bank, she may be offered a personal financial rep job and just found out a major insurance company wants to interview her. She has a degree in both finance and risk management. She doesn't like being a teller but it is a start....not sure what I should say to her as she is asking me what she should do? Anyone have any experience in either field?
Asked By: nickhawkins21 - 6/12/2008
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Be sure any interview will determine if she has to relocate. This will affect both of you. I am in the Financial field but work from home. It is always difficult getting started and up to 80% of people wash out. I've been offered $100k to start with an Insurance Co. But they had far fewer guarantees. Be careful... More
Answered By: Big Woof - 6/13/2008
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Go with the insurance - personal financial rep job since there's far more financial perks and growth, especially when it comes to sharing renewal commissions. Good luck!
Answered By: vicseo - 6/12/2008
She needs more than teller work - make the move and good luck.
Answered By: Dont_taze_me_bro - 6/12/2008
Is it you? or the wife?
Answered By: Bart M - 6/13/2008
you need to evaluate all the aspects of each job and/or opportunity. I would look for professional growth, as a top consideration. You may wish to check out a company called LTS, they offer very valuable advice for someone like yourself. They are located at www.learntosucceed.biz . Good luck.
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