I am going to graduate college this summer and am on the job hunt. I currently work as a teller for JPMorgan Chase, and have 4+ years experience.My ultimate goal is to become a financial advisor, preferrably for a bank. I have been applying for entry level positions and the only call back I have received is from MASSMUTUAL. I've read mixed reviews about MASSMUTUAL, and i can't afford to go without a paycheck, I need to pay rent. I am contemplating becoming a personal banker and starting off around 45k per year for the meantime to get my sales experience up. Is it worth going and getting licensed independently just to put on my resume (Series 66)? A lot of these financial advisor positions have a pre-req of having your series 7 already, does that mean they won't train me for it?Thanks in advance for the advice!!