I am a college senior who has just been recently been accepted for a job contract with a financial investment company to become a financial representative. I am now filling out the paperwork for the job contract/background check - should I not provide information regarding my debt with a credit card I recently have (and recently settled in court)? Could I really be denied employment now just because I took out a credit card when I was 19, maxed it out and now paying it off? This is scaring me. If you are a financial representative or work in the industry, please let me know ASAP.
What kind of questions are they going to pose me at the interview for the position of financial representative by Northwestern Mutual. I know that they sell life insurance, long-term care insurance, disability insurance, annuities, mutual funds, and employee benefit services.
I'm 18 and a financial representative at the bank I deal with said that they hire university students..even with no experience. I'm assuming I'd be working as a customer service representative (teller). I'm trying to write out my resume and I want to make sure I put the right position title in my objective.
I had a job poster response from a recruiter at Porter Nash on careerbuilder, and the company is based in the UK. They offered me a position as a financial representative and i'm trying to ask the recruiter when can I start and how can I get started.should I wait for their response or just ignore it?their a legit company just very leary about the position.Or if it is legit,how can I be sure to get the position?how can you prove that it is a scam?
I have an interview coming up with them, for Financial Representative in Covington KY. Anyone have any experience with their interview process and any good advice? Business cas or business pro?
I have an interview with a recruiter tommorow for a job as a financial services representative. Is it along the lines of Primerica?
My Apartment will be about $605/month and I plan to have a job but I need some type of financial assistance to get approved for the apartment itself.
How would I get an apartment with Financial Aid-Federal Aid?
I speak with my financial aid representative tommorrow but want to have an idea about how it works so I can be prepared.
The Associates Degree Course I will be taking is about $31,000 for the whole 1 year and a half.
I'm currently applying for a "Financial Services Representative" position and I am on my third and last interview. For this last interview I am writing up a market plan for my approach if I do obtain the job. So my question is for a ball park of what a first year ball park for the number of achievable clients would be.
I understand this is a hard number to guess, but how many clients could a good adviser get? How many could a bad adviser get?
Interviewing for a job as a FSR for a local Bank. The manager told me that they have a couple of FSR's that are part time. And that the positions I'm interviewing for is full time. How much could a position like this possibly pay? Any help appreciated.
I received an unsolicited email earlier tonight offering me a job interview with MetLife as a "Financial Services Representative/Financial Advisor". The email says the company I will be interviewing with is the Allentown branch of East Penn Financial Group, and as best I can find out, they are a real company and a real subsidiary of MetLife.
Has anyone else received similar emails? Is it a scam or do I actually go to the interview on Thursday?
I have a job interview for one...don't know much about finances to begin with but for some reason something on my resume must scream that I do. Is this a position that requires previous knowledge in financing?
It's an outbound sales position in a call center but pay is good. I dont know much of the position but want to kill it on my interview so i get the job because the pay is good. What does an FSR do? Do they sell stocks? Mortgages? etc. .
I know it's not ok to ask about the salary and such during a job interview, but what about a job like financial adviser or representative, where it may be commission only?
I was offered a job at Northwest Mutual Financial, Financial Representative. Is this a good company to work for. Or should i go with Wells Fargo Personal Banker.
What jobs can i get with a finance degree along with being fluent in English, Chinese, Spanish and some French. Also what would my salary look like in these jobs. Thanks :) And no rude comments.
Salary for an entry Lvl personal banker or athe financial service representative
Main job is to open new account and answering questions with no bonus nor commission
The bank isn't that big, only have 30 to 40 branches ...
Are there any jobs you can do at home?
Thanks .All I can afford is community college, so this is as high as I can go anyway.
I went to college to become a financial adviser in financing/accounting but, every job opening I look at online says you must have experience like 3-4 years sometimes 5-10 but, how am I suppose to earn experience in the job field if there is no job that I can find that accepts someone without experience? Should I tell them ill work for less money until I get more experience? Will they hire me that way? Thanks.
You wouldn't hire someone who hasn't had any experience? Just cause I don't have experience doesn't mean i wouldn't be good at managing your money I mean after all that is what i went to college for so i'm sure i would know how to manage it.
I need to write a thesis statement on the job of a sales representative( job, needed skills, salary, etc.) how does this sound:
Sales representatives need to be driven, outgoing, and persistent.
Sales representatives with outgoing, persistent, and driven personalities will not only successfully represent a business and their products, but will also make a major financial contribution to the economy.
sorry didnt mean to put the first sentence in there. i copied it from word and i accidently copied that sentence (which i ended up erasing)
I have just received my bachelors degree and have so far only had small side jobs. When I'm looking online now, I don't even know where to start. I know that I would most likely be starting off low, but I am looking for an industry that would be cool to work in with increasing opportunities in the years to come. Does anyone have any advice for that?