Right now I have two jobs to choose from. One is a job working for a 2 FAs and 4 FAAs as back office support to keep track of client positions, draw up new strategies for clients, design initial plans with insight from the FAs and do all the trading/ research they need. It will be a salary position.The other is to work for a private client group at a prestigious regional wealth management firm (about 500 employees, maybe 50 FAs) and will most likely start on a team (I am 99.99% positive I will choose this if I get a team), the head of the private client group is very well know and respected in the area. With those jobs in mind I was wondering what the youngest FA you know of that has made it for 3 or so years. I have a very good strategy, and I know what extremes it takes to make it. I am fully willing to commit to spending 7 hours a day or more if needed marketing/ calling/ networking/ whatever to make it, but will my age be a problem if not on a team. I know it will make it tougher and whatever but I have to build a trusting relationship regardless. However should I take a back office job (non sales) for a few years until I get a little older. I will be 23 this month. I have 1 year experience in financial advising already, but mostly product (transactional) selling not full wealth management. Have a 7, 66 etc...Thanks for your insight.