Overall Reviews at Edward Jones
Client Services Specialist | Cedar Knolls, NJ | Oct 16, 2019
Mid western company.
Solid Company with old fashioned values. Slow to make changes in technology. You must enjoy working in a very small office and make sure you are a good fit with the Financial Adviser there.
Tax Specialist | St. Louis, MO | Apr 29, 2020
Right now I am a full time contractor- my desire is to be hired on directly as a full time associate ( working from home would be nice also) EJ has a lot of F/T associates from Service division that work from home. They hire a lot of contractors and interns. If they like your performance they renew your contract. So far I have been trained in 3 different departments.
Technical Support Engineer | Maryland Heights, MO | Oct 26, 2017
Great place to work
Edward Jones was a great place to work. I relocated from St. Louis to Dallas only after a short while of working there to be closer to family. I'm glad to see the company has expanded with more locations nationwide.
ProsGreat company with excellent benefits and team members
Technical Support Engineer | Maryland Heights, MO | Sep 15, 2017
Great place to work!
I enjoyed my brief employment at Edward Jones. Unfortunately, to be closer to family I decided to relocate from St. Louis, MO to the Dallas, TX area causing my time at Edward Jones to be short-lived. I enjoyed the working environment and the opportunities for advancement and continuing education.
I'm glad to see the company is still growing and going strong.
ProsShort-lived working experience
ConsGreat working experience, valued employees
Executive Assistant/Office Manager | Exeter, NH | Jun 22, 2014
branch offices have limited growth for staff unless one wants to become an advisor
Financial Advisor | St. Louis, MO | Apr 6, 2020
Don’t go into it expecting anything other than a sales culture. It’s about production and nothing else, and the benefits here are not good considering the size of the organization and the revenues generated.
Programmer Analyst | St. Louis, MO | May 4, 2016
Financial workflow involves many teams
Teams are very focused, and hard-working. Most issues are from management, trying to deal with requirements dictated by regulatory mandates.
ProsProfessional attitude displayed at all times.
ConsTeams are somewhat isolated, discussions are careful not to discuss client information to outside teams.
Financial Advisor | Tucson, AZ | Nov 22, 2013
Educational and supportive
Support system is great, not much advancement opportunities and pay is not the best.
Limited Partner | Chicago, IL | Apr 12, 2021
Terrible management and an inability to plan for the day meant everyone had to work harder than necessary. Management would spend all day in meetings, none of which seemed to impact or change any day to day processes.
ProsGood coffee in the break room
Training Coordinator | Maryland Heights, MO | Aug 14, 2017
Many perks and people treat your respectably. Great work life balance. The pay isn't as great as some companies but you really don't need to worry about corporate downsizing. We are growing substantially