Prudential Financial Careers
For more than 135 years, Prudential has addressed financial challenges for its individual and institutional customers. Today, with operations in the United States, Asia, Europe, and Latin America, Prudential is among the world’s largest financial services companies. It offers you the opportunity to build a career where you can truly make a difference.
Prudential Employer ReviewsPrudential
Annuity Financial Analyst (Current Employee), Dresher, PA –
"great benefits." - 9 similar reviewsPrudential
Realtor (Current Employee), Huntersville, NC 28078 –
"Long hours." - 5 similar reviewsPrudential
Financial Professional (Current Employee), St. Louis, MO –
Office/ File Clerk (Former Employee), Granite City, IL –
Marketing Specialist (Current Employee), Creve Coeur, MO –
Working at Prudential
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When was Prudential Financial founded?
Prudential Financial is also known as The Prudential Insurance Company of America. It is listed as a Fortune 500 company and provides services in 30+ countries. It was originally founded in 1875.
Considering a career change - looking into Prudential Financial or Metlife - who is better?
Both have "brand recognition" but you should do a side by-side-comparison of any firms you are considering. Compare: payout rates, training and education, base salary duration (if any), etc...
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