I'm about a year and a half out of college, and in that year I've worked for and left an insurance company through which I got my Series 63 and my Life, Health, and Annuities license. Like most life insurance companies, this company paid me only commission, and so I had to leave it for a teaching position because of that uncertainty in my pay.
I do not want to teach at all, but every time I apply for unlicensed banking positions (financial advisor training programs, private banking positions, financial advisor assistant positions, etc) I get rejected almost always within a day of submitting my application.
I want to know what the issue could be. Is it a resume or cover letter issue? Should I apply to licensed positions, even though I don't have a Series 7, or should I explore other options in finance?
For more background, aside from the licenses I have B.Sc.'s in math and physics, and have some experience in tax preparation. I would appreciate any advice that this board can offer.