Guys.Guys.I just f***ing read that W&R thread I stumbled upon from google and I am befuddled. Why the hell is W&R a resume killer?Look, you guys were kind of a d*** to the guy who was hired there and started the topic years ago, so let me make this very very clear, I DON'T KNOW sh*t ABOUT THE INDUSTRY AND I am hoping for some knowledgeable people to really try and help me. Take me under their wing if you will.Here is the deal. I'm coming out of college and I do a great interview, but my gpa is only like 2.8. It's not on my resume and not a single place has asked me it yet (interestingly enough).I f***ing killed my 2 W&R interviews, I'm saying dude sped up the process for me and everything I just connected with him quickly. It seems like a great firm and that I will fit in well. I am interested in helping people, it's one of my biggest things. However, probably, ultimately, THE biggest thing is making money. I don't want to just be like a stock broker though you feel me? I don't want to just push product. I want make a postiive difference in people's lives. That is important to me.1.Does anyone here have experience with W&R?2. My main concern is earnings potential. Can I be making a 100k/yr living in 7-10 years if I am highly motivated here?I am still in the running for Prudential, but they are more demanding with their 200+ known list before hiring. Here is the thing, I speak very well, I am confident and not afraid to be told no at all. My MAIN concern is building an initial base of clients. I am %110 confident that once I develop that initial base, the sky is the limit, and every one of my clients will be satisfied. I am that focused, that dedicated, and that determined.But 200 people with all their info is a f***ing bitch.Penn Mutual tried doing that same sh*t but I guess because I didn't think I would make 100k my first year they quit the interviewing process. I'm so confused. I'm laying it out there guys. 21 graduating from a major university with average grades, very nervous. Getting a job offer these days is hard, and I have one now, I accepted, but I am still exploring options.I need some advice from people who know the business and really want to help me out. I have no idea what I"m getting in to. Please. Someone help me.Thank you.