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Very good pay and culture

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Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

I have been working at J.P. Morgan

Pros

Competitive pay along with rest of street

Cons

A lot of late nights
High turnover among analysts

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    Very professional company offering a highly competitive pay

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    Current Employee - Associate  in  New York, NY (US)
    Current Employee - Associate in New York, NY (US)

    I have been working at J.P. Morgan full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Good environment, high payscale, high profile financial environment, very challenging work environment, nice product managers, excellent production environment and processes

    Cons

    You may be stuck with a bad Indian manager, Some senior managers listen to your complaints but do not take much action

    Recommends
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    Disappointing - get everything in writing

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    Former Employee - Vice President Financial Advisor
    Former Employee - Vice President Financial Advisor

    I worked at J.P. Morgan full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Great experience for high school grads or college grads who want to get their foot in the door in the financial industry and learn about mutual funds.

    Cons

    Accounts are moved around a lot. The responsibility for another advisors portfolio choices and client servicing goes to the receiving advisor. The advisor is responsible for training bankers and tellers, in addition to prospecting, meeting with clients and selling. The bankers and tellers expect incentives from advisors for referrals, and the advisors get less pay than bankers. Bankers turn into advisors then turn back into bankers. It is important to get along with the people in the branch and management, selling and investing is secondary. If your manager likes you then you will do well here and get handed accounts when advisors leave, which is often. Not a professional environment.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Change the title - this is the only Vice President position I know of that pays less than unemployment. And hire management from outside the company so they have experience in the real world not the Chase world.

    Doesn't Recommend
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