Combined Insurance
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District Sales Manager yearly salaries in Canada at Combined Insurance

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49% Above national average
Salary estimated from 1 employee, user, and past and present job advertisement on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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Epitome of Work Hard, Play Hard
Combined Insurance is by far the most lucrative career the average high-school educated person can take on, aside from inventing a new widget or building their own company. Three weeks of classroom time, (currently) eight weeks of "field training", and the you have the ability to earn a six-figure income that surpasses most 1st year doctors and lawyers. If you'll put the effort in. You will spend every hour of every day talking business, networking, and aspiring to get your presentation out to every single person you can in order to maximize your income. This is not a drive-thru order taker position. Retail cashier types who wait for their customers should not apply. Unless you know you are outgoing, love talking to new people and otherwise enjoy promoting a product. Easy to fail at, this career is exceptionally rewarding but requires the utmost dedication. Think about it though - you can legitimately earn a 300k a year salary in your first 1-2 years. It will take a medical student the better part of a decade to earn that in Canada. And they'll have student loans to contend with. The income is by far the most enjoyable part of this job.
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Commission structure, lots of bonuses and prizes, make your own hours
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Commission only, after the training period ends. You eat what you hunt.
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All About Who You Know
Combined has great trainings but lack focus in retention. One of the best training programs in the industry with initial investment in all agents and a W2 based pay system with full package benefits.
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Full Benefits
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Lack of focus on retention and utilizing who they have and their skills
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How much does a District Sales Manager make at Combined Insurance in Canada?

Average Combined Insurance District Sales Manager yearly pay in Canada is approximately $100,000, which is 49% above the national average.
Salary information comes from 1 data point collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 24 months.
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