The 401(k) market is booming for qualified plan advisors, but advisors who specialize in group retirement plans are few and far between.

Working with 401(k) plans is time-consuming and "it is hard to find someone willing to learn the business. You have to get someone early on in their career," said Jania Stout, practice leader and vice president of the Fiduciary Consulting Group at PSA Financial Services Inc., based in Hunt Valley, Md.

Because of that, Stout says she is always looking for skilled advisors to hire. If five skilled 401(k) advisors applied for a job with PSA today, she said she would hire them on the spot.

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