(This was a reply to a different post. May work here too.)
There will be reductions. So, be smart about it. Not angry. Fidelity is run by a very few, very protected people. Just look around. It’s easier to dump thousands of calls on reps instead of admitting a mistake. Nobody is taking responsibility for their mistakes, yet all of them are ready to talk about leadership, day and night. Do what other people around you do, go across the street. Plenty of companies look for experience so they don’t have to spend money on training. That’s where you come in, you licensed and experienced future ex-Fidelity employee, go for it, they are waiting for you, trust me.