Originally Posted by CamaroDreams07
Most financial advising jobs I've seen are only looking for a bachelor's. You might want to check into that. I've turned down many of those positions because it's not what I want to do. I started getting offers after my bachelor's.
Advisors have way more to do with sales than finance.
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My Bachelor's is in a completely different field than business. But military wants that Master's in something box checked, so that's why I was looking into an MBA. Although lately I've been looking into financial advising towards people specifically younger people that have these options of starting to invest early, but delay it because they just don't know. I understand not being able to afford it, but to let money sit in non-interest making checking accounts or putting off retirement and sitting on cash because that's what so and so said bothers me. Then again I figure at this age low 20-s I can afford being high risk high reward (to an extent) and I might as well do what I can now until I have to forego reward for lesser risk.