Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce

Edward Jones to Host Career Open House in Western Massachusetts

Firm Plans to Hire 25 Individuals in 2016 as Part of Significant Expansion

 As part of its effort to serve a growing number of investors and expand its branch office network, Edward Jones today announced plans to hold a Career Open House with the goal of hiring 25 financial advisors throughout Western Massachusetts. 

 "As the firm expands in Western Massachusetts, we are looking to hire candidates who value hard work and will embrace our focus on building deep client relationships," said Jeff Burdick, Edward Jones Regional Leader in Sturbridge. "We have an immediate need for motivated and engaged individuals who are passionate about working face-to-face with clients to help them reach their financial objectives.  Our goal is to hire advisors in the following communities; Agawam, Amherst, Belchertown, Chicopee, Holyoke, Longmeadow, Ludlow, Pittsfield, Springfield and Westfield.” 

The Edward Jones' recruiting event will take place on Tuesday, March 22nd from 6:00-8:00p.m. at The Federal Restaurant, 135 Cooper Street, Agawam, MA  01001. 

The firm is looking to increase the number of financial advisors by hiring additional individuals interested in operating in an entrepreneurial environment with the competitive compensation, support, training and mentoring benefits of one of the oldest and largest firms in the financial services industry.

Edward Jones is nationally recognized as a best place to work and leader in delivering top-notch training.  Edward Jones ranked No. 6 in the US on the 2015 FORTUNE magazine's "Best Companies to Work For" list. It was the highest-ranking financial services firm named to Forbes magazine's "America's Best Employers 2015" list and earned the top spot in a tie on J.D. Power's "2015 Full Service Investor Satisfaction Study(SM)." Training magazine ranked Edward Jones No. 17 nationally on its 2015 "Training Top 125" list.

 Individuals interested in registering for the event can contact


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