A horticultural financial services representative works with businesses and individuals in a variety of financial capacities, including providing financial advice, assisting with loan applications, assisting with insurance issues and providing overall business acumen for their clients.
The minimum education requirement is a Bachelor's degree. Additional degrees may be required for advanced positions.
WHERE TO STUDY
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In August 2020, the median yearly salary for a horticultural financial services representative was $62,820, according to AgExplorer.com.
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS
- National Association of Insurance and Financial Planners
- Society of Financial Services Professionals