Greeting everyone!I'm a long-time reader, but first time poster.I've been looking into FA jobs for a little while, but no luck actually getting a job yet. I guess it's harder than it used to be to find firms that will take you without a license.Anyway, I have been going through the interview process with AXA Advisors. From what I hear, it's more of a life insurance job than an FA job. They haven't revealed too much about the training or how the marketing funnel is supposed to work, but maybe I am too early in the process.So far, I have been to an orientation, and an interview with a branch VP and his "top advisor." I took some online test that is supposed to measure my success and they have called back since... in a very excited tone.I have a million questions... really, I'm not even sure if I should call them back. Most of the forums seem to be pretty negative about AXA. Can anyone say anything positive? It seems many life insurance companies don't have you take the series 7(AXA is one of the one companies that does), so isn't that a benefit? Since all the training stuff is "pre-contract," I was thinking about accepting the job (if offered) and keeping looking for something better while in "pre-contract."If I can't get a better job, I figure I'll just stay and hash it out.Oh yea.. they mentioned that they don't do traditional prospecting. My assumption is that I have to bug all my friends to buy stuff. Am I right? What happens when I run out of friends? I mean, even if I have 300 friends to call on.... they will eventually dry up if I don't do any more prospecting of any kind.Why is this sounding like Amway to me?Any thoughts? Advice?