The wealth management industry is a candidate-driven marketplace these days. And yet it is possible for an advisor — or a prospective new employer — to mess up a hire.

Such difficulties really should not be happening. Since there are more advisors retiring every year than there are new advisors entering the industry, and since the retiring advisors have much bigger practices than the new advisors, demand for productive advisors far exceeds supply.

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