(BPT) - At a time when unemployment still remains relatively high and competition for jobs is stiff, the career as a personal financial professional holds much promise for graduating college students and career-changers.
While the national unemployment rate hovers at 7.3 percent, as of September 2013, jobs as personal financial advisers are among the fastest-growing careers nationwide, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Situation Summary. As a result the financial industry provides great career growth opportunity for new graduates or for those already in the workforce and contemplating a career change.
“A career in financial services is an important way to make a difference in people’s lives. American families and business owners need reliable and trustworthy financial services professionals to help them make sound financial decisions,” says John Vaccaro, senior vice president for Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) Sales and Distribution.
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