Hey guys,Been reading a lot of stuff here the last couple weeks, and it's been really helpful, so thanks to everyone who's made it a great resource for me.I'm straight out of university and also straight out of a six month internship at Merrill. I have an offer to join there, but I was wondering if anyone had some insight as to what happens to the 90% of advisors who don't make it past three years. What's the job market like for those guys? I would think employers see this one of two ways: "his only training is in sales, and he isn't good at that -- not worth much, and not good for a career switch", or "he has experience at a large established company, and while that didn't work out, he has some investments knowledge and work ethic". Obviously there will be companies on both sides there, but I want to know which side is prevailing. Will I be screwed if I drop out after two years, or will I be okay?I don't really want to ask any of my contacts because that gives the impression that I have waivering commitment. I wouldn't really say that's true; even if I think my odds of succeeding are three times average, there are still overwhelming odds I won't make it, and I want to make sure I know what I'm getting into.I appreciate any feedback!