To help new planners jumpstart their careers, the CFP Board plans to launch a Career Center portal on its website in January where college graduates and aspiring planners can look for jobs and firms can find them.
[The] looming talent shortage is summed up in one data point," says the board's CEO, Kevin Keller. "We have more CFP professionals who are over the age of 70 than are under the age of 30."
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