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  • Prospering Through Purpose: Careers in Personal Financial Planning

    • Aug 25, 2023
    • LinkedIn

    CFP Board CEO, Kevin R. Keller, CAE, published a LinkedIn article highlighting the purpose and prosperity of a career in financial planning including earning potential, a strong financial planning job market, flexibility and career satisfaction.

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    Where Financial Advisor Income Grew Most – 2024 Study

    • May 29, 2024
    • Jaclyn DeJohn, CFP®

    Published at SmartAsset on May 29, 2024, this study examines the latest income and employment trends for personal financial advisors.

  • Survey of Trends in the Financial Planning Industry 2022

    • Sep 28, 2022
    • College for Financial Planning

    The College for Financial Planning, a Kaplan Company, surveyed its graduates and Certified Financial Planning certificants for a glimpse into trends in the industry

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    Future of Work Trends: The New Era of Humanity

    • Jun 14, 2022

    Hear from a range of Korn Ferry experts from pay and recruitment to organization design and strategy who will tell you the what, why and how to tackle the trends of 2022.

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    What Financial Planners Should Know About Millennial and Gen Z Clients

    • Jun 9, 2022

    Now is the perfect time to connect with these young generations to help optimize financial well-being and create decades-long relationships.

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    The Great Resignation: Challenges in Financial Recruitment

    • Apr 19, 2022
    • John Carson

    Learn how companies plan to attract top financial professionals in a disrupted market.

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    Number of Certified Financial Planner Professionals Worldwide Tops 203,000

    • Apr 1, 2022

    Rate of growth of CFP professionals in 2021 double the previous year.

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    CFP® Certification: The Must-Have Credential for Advisors as Firms Increase Focus on Financial Planning

    • Feb 16, 2022

    Financial planning represents a way for financial advisors to differentiate their practices in an investment management space that has become increasingly commoditized.

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    New Research Confirms Value of CFP® Certification to Female Advisors

    • Oct 5, 2021

    An independent study from Aite Group underscores the strengths and distinctive characteristics female CFP® professionals bring to wealth management practices and clients.

  • Financial Planning Forecast: Industry Trends to Consider for 2021

    • Feb 1, 2021

    After the unpredictability of 2020, financial planners should consider these trends in 2021.

  • U.S. News & World Report: Financial Advisor Overview

    • Jan 18, 2021

    Each January, U.S. News & World Report releases their annual Best Jobs report. Financial Advisor is consistently ranked among the top 10 Best Business Jobs.

  • Overcoming Watershed Events: CFP® Professionals Help Consumers Navigate Troubling Times

    • Nov 23, 2020

    Experienced CFP Board Ambassadors discuss how they helped their clients weather the worst economic storms of the past two decades.

  • Your Finance Career: What You Need to Know

    • Aug 24, 2020

    The finance industry is seeing unprecedented growth, in the U.S. and around the world. And the industry extends far beyond Wall Street investment banks with professionals working in insurance, risk management, compliance, government, and a host of other areas.

  • U.S. News & World Report: Financial Manager Overview

    • Aug 5, 2020
    • U.S. News & World Report

    Each January, U.S. News & World Report releases their annual Best Jobs report. Financial Manager is consistently ranked among the top 10 Best Business Jobs.

  • U.S. Department of Labor Report Occupational Outlook Handbook

    • Aug 4, 2020
    • U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

    The Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) provides information on what workers do; the work environment; education, training, and other qualifications; pay; the job outlook; information on state and area data; similar occupations; and sources of additional information, for 325 occupational profiles, covering about 4 out of 5 jobs in the economy.