Financial Careers are Still Growing in Recession According to Find Financial

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Find Financial is a database of financial advisers, brokers and agents that filters out the best advice for its user. It has recently expanded its database to over 35,000 financial insititutions.

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According to a recent survey by Find Financial, among 500 students interviewed 27% was interested in a career in Finance. 10% wanted to become doctors and IT was the most popular career choice with 32% of the audience wanted to get jobs in banks or trendy startups like facebook or Groupon.

Being a financial advisor enables you the opportunity to work independently or as a tied or multi-tied advisor. It’s a competitive industry where appropriate skills and qualities are required to meet the needs and objectives of clients.

As with most careers there are different levels of employment starting at a trainee adviser where a salary of up to £30,000 can typically be gained. It is possible for financial advisers to earn an excess of £70,000 this is usually in the wealthy area of retail. The role of a financial adviser can be flexible if working independently, working as a tied adviser hours are likely to be typical office hours.

All this financial doom and gloom is why Find Financial has recently expanded to over 35,000 financial institutions, helping users find their local financial advisors at a time when they most need them.

Find Financial is a database of financial advisers, brokers and agents that filters out the best advice for its users. It is not just beneficial for the client, it can motivated advisers to become the best as each company or independent adviser can list their information on the site, however of course the advisers and information must be approved before being listed. Head over to http://www.findfinancial today to find out a little more.

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