Edward Jones Review Data

24 total review submissions

Year Position Location Group/Division Overall
2005 1st Year Analyst Knoxville, TN, USA Sales Pretty decent work/life balance. Easy to build client book… Average pay, not much formal training or room for growth…
2017 Intern Saint Louis Tax Decent tax forms training, work/school balance was good,… Essentially a call center, mostly had to talk with EJ…
2013 Summer Associate Intern St. Louis Private Wealth Management It was good to meet and develop relationships with existing… It's a sales oriented role that included door - to -…
2019 Financial Advisor Vancouver Investment Management - Great training program and back office support from head… - Sales focused and overly traditional marketing strategy…
2015 Intern Tempe Sales and Trading Pros:
-Access to senior management and partners…
Cons:
-Very low compensation for the industry.…
2019 Intern dallas Generalist great culture. you get to do what you want to do. the hours… there were no cons. great company. sometimes boring, but…
2019 Intern St. Louis Risk Management Very good culture. Nice people. Everyone agree the… The technology is behind the times. Not a collaborative…
2019 Summer Associate Intern St. Louis Tax People are generally happy to be at Edward Jones; the… Edward Jones has a very antiquated way of going about…
2018 Intern Dallas Other Good Company
Good Atmosphere
Mentors that are…
Work can be slow
Not much to do sometimes
Not…
2017 3rd+ Year Analyst Topeka Investment Banking Great food and hours, but it's not clear that there is… Lack of communication from leadership on what is required…
2017 Financial Advisor Chicago Public Finance The hours are not too long, with limited time spent outside… The compensation is below the industry average for…
2013 Intern Tempe Generalist -Flat company structure; lots of exposure to senior… -Lack of direction from advisors regarding certain projects…
2013 Intern Tempe N/A -Laid back, collaborative culture
-Flat…
-Little emphasis on technology and improving processes…
2015 Junior Trader Tempe Trading Plenty of growth opportunities, as well as support from… Very limited opportunities to service institutional…
2009 N/A Nassua Generalist Good hours, nice people, decent pay. Enjoyed working here.… Disliked some of the top down orders, no wiggle room. Don…
2014 Intern St. Louis Sales and Trading Great place to start and learn about financial markets and… The only thing that makes this firm less exciting than…
2014 Operations Analyst Tempe Financial Services - I know it is cliche, but Edward Jones has an amazing… - As far as growth opportunities you are restricted to…
2004 Financial Representative St. Louis Investments - Small town atmosphere and feel available to those… - Pure sales job, no analytic abilities were necessary.…
2013 Financial Advisor Nashville Wealth Management Only job that allows an outsider to walk into the world of… Like all sales jobs, be prepared for the NO's, the…
2013 Financial Advisor Boston Wealth Management • Flexibility of work hours is well-known in its job… * Luck of the draw as it relates to assets
* Be…
2012 Financial Advisor Charlotte Private Wealth Management - Freedom to run "your business" as you please as… - You start off on a very very small salary
- You…
2012 Financial Advisor Tempe Private Wealth Management Opportunity to be your own boss is very attractive,… Networking by door knocking is not something that can be of…
2012 1st Year Analyst Buffalo Contracts I enjoyed the fact that every department was compensated… Training is intensive, all of the info is fed to you in 2…
2012 St. Louis FACD Probably the best FA training program. They actually teach… no freedom. You become a robot and trained in the "…

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