Interest in financial advice as a career path lifts 14%

Openwork research stresses need for training

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Claire Limon: "Training and support is vital."
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Claire Limon: "Training and support is vital."

The amount of people considering a career in financial advice has surged by almost 15% as demand for the industry rises, Openwork research has revealed.

The advice network found that almost six out of 10 adults (59%) would consider a career in financial advice, up from the 45% who showed interest in an advice career in March 2019. Openwork's survey...

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