Does anyone have any experience with the trainee program at RJ? Good/Bad training? Mentorship? Would this be a desirable way to go compared with EJ or a wirehouse? Just looking for some experiences and opinions here. Also, if there are no posted "openings" for the trainee position in a certain location is it a type of situation where the branch manager could be convinced to take on a trainee or is it more of a corporate RJ decision down in Tampa?Honestly, the Raymond James route looks appealing based on the flexibility 5 or 10 years down the road.BTW, I appreciate this forum. It's informative and sometimes very entertaining.