The number of brokers quitting Wall Street is on the rise – a trend that could determine major changes in the way individuals invest.

Last month, more than 2,800 people registered as brokers in the U.S. left the industry, according to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. The total number of departures so far this year stands at 11,600.

At the current pace, nearly 35,000 brokers would exit by the end of the year, which would leave about 630,000 registered brokers.

Massive broker migration from the Wall Street.

World population is really worried because now all these people will actually have to get a job.