In the last year, the percentage of employers who are requiring an “assessment” from employees with financial advisers has gone up by about 10 percentage points.
The rate for the general public has also gone up.
In fact, the share of the American workforce that has an financial advisor has grown from 2% in 2009 to 4.5% today.
That’s a huge increase for someone who only has a high school degree, says Chris Wachter, senior director of credit scoring for The Motley Fool.
For someone with more education, the financial advisor rate has gone down by 5%.
“There’s really no way for anyone to be a good financial advisor without having some degree in finance,” Wachker says.
The best thing to do for your credit score is to have a background in finance, and that’s where the majority of your credit is.
And the best way to do that is to be able to understand the complex and complex issues involved in credit scores, he says.
Wachkar says you should aim to have at least a bachelor’s degree in a related field, such as accounting or business.
But there are plenty of people out there who aren’t financial advisors, Wachkin says.
They’re not interested in being financial advisors.
That doesn’t mean they don’t have financial literacy skills.
They just don’t understand how to navigate the complicated process of applying for credit.
Wichter says that’s a common problem for people who aren�t financial advisors because they lack a financial background, and so they’re not really able to take the time to learn about credit scores.
Wachkin also cautions against thinking that being a financial advisor is all that important.
“The reason people have a financial adviser is because they want to be an advisor,” Wichker says, “and the most important thing is they have the knowledge and skills to get the job done.”
What to do if you�re a financial expert: If you’re an experienced financial advisor, you should start to look for opportunities for growth, Wichkin says, and you should try to stay ahead of the curve by looking for companies with a broad range of products.
For example, you might want to look at companies like Equifax, which recently rolled out a new service called SmartAsset that gives financial advisers access to the same kind of financial data as your average job search firm.
This way, you’ll have a better idea of which companies are offering good financial advice, Wuchter says.
Wichkin recommends looking for firms that offer a variety of financial products, from credit score and credit monitoring tools to financial literacy services.
He says there’s a lot of competition among financial advisors these days, and many people aren�ts seeing the value in their financial education.
“Most people don�t have enough education,” Wuchker says “and they’re taking advantage of it.”
To learn more about how to improve your credit rating, check out this blog post by credit score expert and author of “Financial Mismanagement: How to Avoid the Debt Trap and Become a Money Master” John C. Williams.