Financial firms are hiring younger advisers and paying them less than the people they replace. A survey by TD Ameritrade Institutional found that the median age of advisers has fallen from 50 to 47 over the past two years and that compensation is declining at a rate of 7% a year.
Median age of advisers falls, along with compensation
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