If you have a passion for fast pace career in the financial markets then you might want to consider becoming a Junior Precious Metals Advisor. Junior Advisors are independent contractors that work on a commission only basis. You will work beside some of the best Precious Metals Advisors in the country and learn the ins and outs of the precious metals markets.
Junior Advising is a telecommunications sales job. Beginning advisors are advised to make 150 phone calls on a daily basis. SBC hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm Arizona time. Junior Advisors help qualify prospects and pair the prospects with the best Senior Advisor to help them with their needs. They are consultative and organized.
No special license is needed to become a Junior Advisor.
Because this is a commission job, typically very little income is generated in the first 3 months. Make sure you have enough in savings to survive that amount of time. Working a night job is another option for the startup of a Junior Advisor.
How much can a Junior Advisor make?
A Junior Advisors typically make between $50,000-$100,000 in there first 12 months. There is no cap on commissions made and the sky is the limit when it comes to income. Junior Advisors are independent contractors; this is a commission job.
How long does it take to advance to be a Senior Advisor?
No time limit is mandatory when it comes to advancement, however the typical timeframe for a Junior Advisor to gain enough knowledge and know how to advance is a minimum of 2 years. Some Junior Advisors choose never to become Senior Advisors and others are motivated to move up the latter as soon as possible.