Work-Life Balance and Burnout in the Financial Planning Profession

Work-Life Balance and Burnout in the Financial Planning Profession

The American College of Financial Services
Financial Planning Review
June 10, 2022

It’s become common knowledge that the modern financial services industry struggles with high turnover rates and a low number of new advisors staying on to build their own practices. College faculty member and researcher Jennifer Lehman collaborated with faculty from the College for Financial Planning on a report addressing how to improve industry retention and success by promoting work-life balance.

Read on in the full paper from the Financial Planning Review.

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