I have heard that most of the Stock Brokers are confined to office spaces and cubicles. Isn't that too boring?

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RE: I have heard that most of the Stock Brokers are confined to office spaces and cubicles. Isn't that too boring?

Vaibhav Bhutra
Vaibhav Bhutra
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Career Counselor/ Director at Educomp Vidyamandir Classes
  • Surat

Dear Friend,

Hope you are at the best of your health!!!

Let me introduce you i have done my, ICWA, FRM and MBA and had worked as a stock broker for more than 3 Years and thus i feel i would be able to provide you the answer based on my experience

As you know Stock brokers are glued to their computers when markets are Open that is from 9 am to 3:30 pm, but that is because of the dynamic nature of markets and changes in prices of stock would provide and opportunities for clients to buy and sell. But the Stock broker do have a life beyond the market timings.

In today time of high competition there is a high need to have a good relation with clients and thus stock brokers normally have meeting with their clients in evening and this meeting happens normally at a social place.

Every job has certain characteristics but the most important part is that if you enjoy your job there can not be any sense of boringness with the job moreover you have very defined set of job hours being a stock broker and once that is over you have lot of time to meet and manage your relation with clients.

Today almost all the jobs are confined to Cubical but in case you are a person who would like to be in the market or on the move you can consider being getting into marketing of Financial services.

I hope i am able to clear your query.

Wish you all the best!!!!

Stock Brokers

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