Hello everyone, I have 3 career related questions: 1. I 've been trading for about a year now and although I have been fairly successful, I feel that this job is extremely stressful. I'm giving it everything I got to make it, but if I don't, I need to have a back up plan to fall back on. I have a BBA in Finance and I was just wondering what is the hottest job in finance that does NOT involve advanced math? 2. I hate math, but I love to work with people. Someone suggested that since i have a series 7 already, I should go to training as a Financial Advisor. But I am not gonna choose a career just because I have the license it requires. I am trying to get a glimpse of a day in the life of a financial advisor. The most important question is: How hard is it to find clients? I know that when you start, it will be tough, but once you have a client base, how's life? Is anyone here a Financial Advisor? Or can anyone describe what a Financial Advisors' career is like? 3. I read on some magazine that a Financial Advisor job is the 3rd best job in the U.S.... Is this true?? Your answers would help me a lot. Thanks.