I'm at EJ now in my 3rd year. I'm in a difficult market for EJ and I'm a true scratch starter. I'm above expectations, but getting tired of hunting money. I'm considering going to work at Wells Fargo, who has a huge presence in my town. The postion would be a bank advisor (WBS) and to me this sounds like a "piece of cake" after being at EJ. Am I clueless or is the grass really greener? If you're at WF or at another bank, please give me your thoughts.
My book is small, since I'm building it from scratch, so I'm not really counting on much of that at WF. There's an upfront check, but that's not that important to me. I'm most concerned about the opportunity - potential referrals, ability to call bank clients, etc.
The fear of not knowing where my July will come from is starting to worry me at EJ, but I'm worried that I'll regret making the move later.
Any help or insight is appreciated.