Are you happy? Advisers reflect on their choice of career in new research

Findings follow a difficult few years marred by economic upset

Hope William-Smith
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Almost all (87%) financial advisers would recommend their choice of career to others, Dynamic Planner finds.

The firm's 2022 spotlight report - published today (14 December) - found that an even higher proportion of advisers over 65 (94%) would recommend advice as a career. "The mood of confidence in the industry is translating into teams who are happy in their work across age brackets, genders and firm sizes," the report stated. "Advisers are happy in their careers and once again this year, women are particularly likely to recommend careers in the advice industry." The positive sentiment comes on the back of findings in the report that show the vast majority (75%) of firms are servicing mor...

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