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14 days ago

Investment Consultant Draper UT (National Branch)

TD Ameritrade Salt Lake City, UT

From first-time investors to sophisticated traders, TD Ameritrade is focused on helping individuals seek out their financial goals. And you're the… TD Ameritrade


12 days ago

Business Development Specialist Draper UT

TD Ameritrade Salt Lake City, UT

From first-time investors to sophisticated traders, TD Ameritrade is focused on helping individuals seek out their financial goals. And you're the… TD Ameritrade


2 days ago

Education Sales Counselor Investools – new

TD Ameritrade Salt Lake City, UT

From first-time investors to sophisticated traders, TD Ameritrade is focused on helping individuals seek out their financial goals. And you're the… TD Ameritrade


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    Great People to work with, but in the end just another large corporation.

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    Former Employee - Investment Coach in Draper, UT
    Former Employee - Investment Coach in Draper, UT

    I worked at TD Ameritrade full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    I worked for the educational division of TDameritrade (Investools). We taught individual investors how to trade stocks and derivatives….mainly options. The people are all good conservative people. Maybe even a bit too conservative. The pay is good, but the department was constantly shrinking when I was there, which made it a rather stressful place at the time. The pay is good especially for the city. Good benefits. Well organized. Clear expectations.

    Cons

    In our department (Coaching) you are not conservative you might be looked down upon by middle management. Most of them went to BYU a very conservative christian school. They tend to be rather judgmental when it really comes down to it. It's not their intent, but they can't help it. But all, in all they are good people.
    45 hours / week minimum
    It's a big corporation. Metrics are important. But maybe not. In the end you just might get fired because your VP doesn't like you.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Create some diversity.
    Get some empathy for people not like you.

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