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Financial Advisor/Representative

Northwestern Mutual Washington, DC

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Financial Representative Advisor

Northwestern Mutual Farmingdale, NY

Youll have the unique opportunity to create your own destiny and potentially have a life-long impact on the lives of your clients, families and your… Glassdoor


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Northwestern Mutual Chairman and CEO John E. Schlifske
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    Hard, Fustrating, Difficult Work - Rewarding, Honest, Proffesional Career

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    Current Employee - Financial Representative in Palm Beach Gardens, FL
    Current Employee - Financial Representative in Palm Beach Gardens, FL

    I have been working at Northwestern Mutual full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    The ability to grow a career, and build a business. The ability to truly help people. The influence and respect that is earned within the community overtime. Residual Income. Management, Associates, and Corporate are full of great people who want to help you succeed. Knowing that when I retire I will have a pension as a part of my portfolio. The culture and ethics are something to be proud of. The pros go on and on.

    Cons

    Mentally the most demanding work I've ever done. You will constantly face rejection especially when starting your career. I don't care how thick your skin is constant rejection is difficult and it hurts. I work anywhere from 50 to 70 hours a week, like any business the first three years will require you put a lot of work and hours to succeed. Starting this career, know that you will be broke. You may be lucky and start your career like a Rock Star and make a ton of money, however that is usually not the norm and if your in it for the upfront money and not the long game than chances are you will fail. With all that said, this is most rewarding work I've ever done. I will retire with Northwestern Mutual.

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