Edward Jones

Working at Edward Jones: Company Overview and Reviews

Edward Jones
Edward Jones
3.9
1522 reviews
Edward Jones Ratings
3.9
Average rating of 1522 reviews on Indeed
3.7Work-Life Balance
3.6Pay & Benefits
3.3Job Security & Advancement
3.4Management
3.7Culture
Headquarter
12555 Manchester Rd. Des Peres MO, United States 63131
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
$1B to $5B (USD)
Industry
Banks and Financial Services

Popular jobs at Edward Jones

 Average SalarySalary Range
Branch Administrator
136 Salaries reported
$16.36
per hour
$8.15-$25.05
Financial Advisor
2 Salaries reported
$40,000
per month
$20,000-$60,000
Senior Branch Administrator
4 Salaries reported
$18.76
per hour
$9.35-$28.15
Office Administrator
10 Salaries reported
$16.90
per hour
$8.45-$25.35
Data Entry Clerk
14 Salaries reported
$4,000
per month
$2,000-$6,000
Salary Satisfaction
63%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 933 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Overall Reviews at Edward Jones

1.0
Branch Administrator | Minnesota | Feb 15, 2020
Do not believe the hype
Extremely poor pay and you spend 90% of your time calling non responsive clients. You are more of a telemarketer. Zero chance of any kind of advancement and pay raise. It is mind numbing and any skills you do have are not utilized. Extremely boring and you will spend most of the time alone while the financial advisor is able to make own hours. Not recommend
1.0
Senior Branch Administrator | Oklahoma | Jul 29, 2019
Depends on you Financial Advisor (FA)
FA's can be very micromanaging. You also must do what they say no matter how far in the gray area of illegal. Personal commitments are secondary to the business no matter how important. The FA is always in the right no matter the proof you have.
Pros401k, profit sharing
ConsBOA's are a 2nd class citizens
3.0
Assistant Principal | Des Peres, MO | Feb 5, 2019
Edward Jones
I've worked in corporate america my entire career. and the culture has certainly changes. Management is far from the work/life balance culture that they talk about.
4.0
Solution Specialist | St. Louis, MO | Jan 1, 2019
Overall Good Place
There’s an inviting culture, many development opportunities, trimester bonuses, opportunity to work remotely, typically hires from within, great leadership
ProsWorking remotely
ConsLower that industry average pay
4.0
Contractor | St. Louis, MO | Dec 26, 2019
Friendly and Flexible work place with room for self improvement
The team leaders are very friendly and everyone around is willing to provide help if needed. You are able to learn quickly and continue to find ways to improve yourself and advance to a place you want to be within the company.
ProsFriendly
ConsMundane
5.0
Office Administrator | Cambridge City, IN | Oct 1, 2019
Productive and Professional
Edward Jones is a very professional and productive company. They care about their clients and work with them to reach their financial goals. I learned more about financial planning and how it works as well as how different managers provide outstanding service for their clients. The most difficult part of the job for me was learning new processes. I enjoyed meeting and getting to know the clients and co-workers in each different office I worked.
ProsFull time positions are best for freebies, part-time is less stressful
4.0
Investment Rep Academic Training Leader | St. Louis, MO | Apr 13, 2018
Great place to work
Edward Jones was a great place to be. Everyone was professional and everyone got along. They want honest feedback and you weren't scared to provide it. The only reason why I left was because I could not make a living on their salary.
4.0
Enrollment Specialist | St. Louis, MO | Aug 24, 2019
I was employed through a temporary service to EDJ
EDJ is a great company with many positions, levels, and departments. I was not easy to get interviewed or submitted for open positions or movement within the company.
5.0
Branch Administrator | New Braunfels, TX | Nov 8, 2018
I always felt appriciated
Working for Edward Jones has been what I consider a privilege. I have felt appreciated by my manager and clients from day one. The amount of knowledge I have gained and still continue to gain each day is amazing.
5.0
Office Administrator | Newland, NC | Jul 24, 2018
Flexible scheduling, awesome company to get started
A sound company. Ability to move up in the company, a typical day ranges from many different opportunities. Networking with a plethora of different individuals. The training materials are hard to beat.

Questions And Answers about Edward Jones

Do BOAs receive annual reviews and salary increases?
Asked Feb 14, 2017
Some Financial Advisors hold back on giving your annual review on time. Many do not share any type of bonus with the Branch Office Administrator, so be content with your hourly pay as meager as it is.
Answered Jul 25, 2018
There are reviews and bonuses but feedback is subject to your FAs sole opinion. Pray you get a fair FA to work for.
Answered May 12, 2018
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Edward Jones?
Asked Aug 9, 2016
Find another firm to interview with. Unless you drink the juice, you’re a goner. This firm is a devil in sheep’s clothing. Don’t believe all the hype.
Answered Jan 22, 2019
Be sure to have sn attorney review their one sided contracts
Answered Dec 6, 2018
How are the working hours at Edward Jones?
Asked Aug 7, 2016
Salaried employees are expected to work 60 - 80 hours per week.
Answered Apr 4, 2019
Working hours or business hours is how it etc. lol
Answered Jun 15, 2018
What is the work environment and culture like at Edward Jones?
Asked Jun 30, 2016
Be careful. They are changing in a negative way
Answered Dec 6, 2018
I'll thinks of past involvement with myself Shedrick trying to work on that level more organic than just another wheat as I might put it. LOL
Answered Jun 15, 2018
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Edward Jones a better place to work?
Asked Jan 23, 2017
Most definitely higher pay. I'd rather have a higher hourly wage than to be subject to "maybe" getting a bonus.
Answered Sep 6, 2019
Be more upfront about BOA involvement with investments. The job goes beyond administrative. Pay a fairer wage to BOAs, and be upfront about the standing of the office in terms of production.
Answered Oct 12, 2018