Help Wanted: Advisors Under 50

Luckily, some universities have been stepping in to fill the void. There are now about 100 university financial planning programs across the country, including at schools like Kansas State University, Virginia Tech and Texas Tech, where students take classes on retirement planning, risk management, estate planning, tax law and the latest planning technology.

Written by: Jessica Behnham

As wave after wave of layoffs hit the financial firms, there is one financial job that just can't attract enough applicants to fill the openings: financial adviser or broker. According to industry insiders and consultants, nobody wants to be a stockbroker these days.

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