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- "Great training and a lot of nice financial advisors (FAs) who are interested in your success." (in 370 reviews)
- "There are alot of benefits for working with a private company and the culture is great." (in 236 reviews)
- "benefits were good and the pay made you forget about the lack in support they had until you needed it" (in 225 reviews)
- "Great people and great working with branches" (in 200 reviews)
- "work life balance is good and lots of flexibitilty" (in 146 reviews)
- "The pay is low but it is offset by the flexibility in schedule and internal support to do the job." (in 162 reviews)
- "Starting salary is low and it will take 3 years of hard work before you make it" (in 82 reviews)
- "long hours in the beginning as you build your business and integrate into your business community." (in 66 reviews)
- "Micro management" (in 42 reviews)
- "The lack of leadership and decision making causes an uncomfortable environment to function in on a daily basis." (in 31 reviews)
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- Edward Jones - Home Office | Division of Edward JonesAug 2, 20135.0InternCurrent Intern, less than 1 year
The company gives all employees a great level of support. They really care about each employee and are always working hard to improve their systems and communications. Edward Jones also has an excellent culture and truly is a unique place to work.
You really need a sales personality for certain positions in order to succeed. If you don't like sales, the FA position is not for you. Also, since each branch is like its own business, there can be immense pressure for FAs to succeed quickly.1
- Edward Jones - Home Office | Division of Edward JonesJun 15, 20155.0Team LeaderFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsMaryland Heights, MO
Culture is very important and if you do not embrace the culture you likely will not succeed. Most leaders are there to enhance your growth.
Team leaders are expected to perform more project leadership than team leadership.2