A convergence of circumstances and demographics has created an opportunity in the ﬁnancial planning profession that we cannot ignore.
Shifting societal needs are forecasting an unprecedented demand for professional ﬁnancial planners over the coming years. The aging population, longevity risk, and the retirement income responsibility shift from employers to ill-equipped employees continue to drive demand. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, in updating its Occupational Outlook Handbook, has projected an extremely positive job outlook for ﬁnancial planners with a growth of 30 percent through 2024— much faster than related professions.
New USF Program Hopes To Turn Out Next Generation Of Financial Planners
USF to offer new personal financial planning degree
Want to be a personal financial planner? USF unveils a degree to help fill talent pipeline.