Recently graduated with a social science major from a non-target. For the majority of my life, I thought I wanted to be a Medical Doctor, hence graduating with an Hon. B.A. in Psychology while taking the prerequisites. While working in the health field while in school, I realized I absolutely did not want to be a doctor. After joining finance clubs, career prep programs, taking classes, and speaking to several mentors, I decided I wanted to work in finance. I want to learn how the markets work. I have more interest in finance than any other field so far. I got a Financial Advisor (Sales) job for a Fortune 100 finance/insurance company right out of school. Looking to get my series licenses and transition into finance. What are my options? What are finance jobs open to liberal arts majors?