NEW YORK -- Convincing young people to join the financial advisor profession is hard, but getting them to succeed once they're in may be an even greater challenge.
"It's no secret that it's a really hard career to make it in this business," Kimberly Thekan, director of advisor talent strategies at Baird, said at SIFMA's Next Generation FAs Seminar.
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