*early bird gets the worm, sales day (should) starts at 7 and you control your schedule, ends at 3 or 4 P.M., no-micro-management, a manager will typically work with you for 3 to 4 days average every 2 months, great training. My manager was the best of them all. Co-workers are friendly and professional. The hardest part of the job is
staying focused every day and making/having a good plan to see as many decision makers as possible on a daily basis. The products sold are very good, not inexpensive, although the sales rep can discount prices to a certain degree and via demonstrations of products/services, tenacity, and a get along attitude...your chances are fairly good in closing the sale and getting the repeat business. Commissions are very good. Company provides I-pad. Excellent medical benefits, etc. The hardest part of the job is also the most enjoyable part of the job, which happens to be, believe it or not...the independence.
Great paid training/fun destinations/very good commissions
salary low, gas and phone compensation (not bad)