Edward Jones has announced that they will be offering 100 new jobs in the Upstate within the next 5 years.
The firm plans to hire 50 Financial Advisers and 50 Branch Office Administrators.
The announcement was made in downtown Greenville during a virtual groundbreaking signifying the new offices it plans to open.
Several local officials attended the event, including Greenville County Chairman Bob Taylor.
Edward Jones says they are looking for people who are “motivated by challenge and reward and those who want a career that will make a difference.”
The firm also says “successful candidates often possess a track record of success, work well independently and demonstrate hard work and self-discipline.”
Edward Jones is a 2015 recipient of the “Best Places to Work in South Carolina,'” and for the 16th year, Edward Jones was named one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For 2015” by FORTUNE magazine in its annual listing, ranking No. 6 overall.
The firm also was rated “Highest in Employee Adviser Satisfaction among Financial Investment Firms” by J.D. Power and Associates’ 2015 study.
“I am proud of the growth Edward Jones has had in the past 35 years. I am even more excited about the future growth of the Upstate,” said Edward Jones Regional Leader Thomas McCarver.
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