Almost every adviser, be it financial or insurance, they require the conversion of advice into client through some means. For example, if you are LIC insurance agent, you'd need client to get a policy. This way you can easily convert the person into customer. So any investment he or she does into that company, you get some percent as commission. That's how the job of insurance agents and the advisers are doing. So those type of jobs are not on monthly payroll. You have to find out if the people are interested in what you are offering, because initial clients take time to form. And that's not something you'd be able to do. So unless the job being offered in bank or the insurance company itself, it's not going to be payroll worthy. Paroll based jobs in companies usually start from 30K onwards. Depends on company and their reach and goals. Most of them have the targets to reach each month.