Financial Planners Hot Stuff for 2004

February 2004
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2004, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p20
Academic Journal
This section provides information on jobs, as ranked by online job-search firm Monster.com, as of February 2004. Financial planning is ranked as the second hottest job for 2004, just behind sales. The demand for financial planners is expected to grow because aging baby boomers want to retire and need planners to work with them, on retirement planning. Health care, international business and compliance ranked 3-5.


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