Here's a scenario that will sound familiar to a lot of bank brokers: You move to a new bank, but you realize within a few months that you're miserable. You debate on what you should do because you don't want to compound the problems and make a second mistake. You're not making enough money and you've talked to your spouse about it but you also don't want to constantly complain when you arrive home each evening.
Your previous bank was bad, but you feel like you've jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire. You really did not think things could get worse, but they have. At your previous bank you would occasionally make individual stock recommendations but now you're not allowed to solicit individual stocks, so your clients have to call a call center if they want to buy a stock.
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