I am a laid off Auto Salesman, My usual Gross income was between 4,500 - 6000 monthly. I'm looking for a sales job that pays similar or more. I have 10 Years of experience in sales related jobs. I do not have a college degree.
I am 16 and looking for a good part-time job. I absolutely love cars and I am planning a carrer as an auto salesman. For now, i am open to just about anything that pays decent. I do not want to work at a fast food place! PLEASE HELP!
A local auto salesman wants me to take pictures of his cars and post ads in various lists and papers. I'm not new to photography, but I am new to making a business out of it, so I need to how I should charge my client and how much. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Generally are they commission only. I am seeing a lot of advertisements on job sites for them that state Base pay $2000 a month plus commission or $12-18 an hour plus commission. Are these realistic or really are then Only Commission?
There was a car salesman who was very helpful in finding exactly the right car for me. How much should I tip this person? How much do they usually get?
Do they earn extra money for selling me the car?
It is a brand new 2013 Toyota Venza.
Most people say you almost have to be female and good looking. I am a male. I have a business degree, excellent grades, and four years of sales experience with 3 top salesperson for the year awards. However, my experience is in the auto industry. I could probably outsell half of the people who aleady sell pharmaceuticals, but I can't even get an interview. Any advice?
I'm gonna apply for a job and I want to know about what I'll be paid.
I figured at least one of y'all has worked for napa sometime.
I've been offered a position as a car salesman. We have to take a 3 day class at the dealership conducted by an outside hiring agency called National Auto Academy. If you are selected after the first class (I was), you have to pay $700 finish the last 2 days, and you have a job at that dealership the following Monday. The $700 is then reimbursed after 90 days on the job. Is this normal? Has anyone been through this? I've never put money down to get a job. Thoughts?
I would like to know if being an insurance agent is an interesting job or is it boring and tiring? is it well-paid? what is the job about?
I went from a part-time teaching job to a full-time teaching job with a very significant salary increase! I have no pay stubs since the new job won't start until August. I *DO* have a signed contract stating my annual salary and the name and number of the human resources lady who can verify that I am hired at that salary. Will this be good enough? My car is dead! Can I still be financed?
Also What should I wear when going in and filling out an application? Will someone be interviewing me on the spot? Are there health benefits given to salesmen?
What high level jobs pay well in the auto industry? Are there examples of people in those positions? How do you get to a position like that? Education? Experience?
I'm not talking about a car salesman position at a dealership.
By that I mean not in a call centre or something..
How do you become a salesman for a company where you negotiate with other companies (eg. a supply company)
and is there room to get promoted to managerial positions in these companies?
I have been out of High School for two years and I'm looking for a great paying job. I have two years of warehousing and retail experience... I make $13.00hr, but I want to start out some place making $30,000 or more...
I'm a car enthusiast. I'm graduating from college in 6 weeks with a degree in business administration, a minor in accounting, and a minor in computer science. I have 2.5 years experience working for an I.T. department doing PC troubleshooting. I'm not the kind of car enthusiast who fits the greasy-hand, missing teeth, blue collar profile. So I want another way to be around cars - a car dealership. What kind of finance and accounting positions might be a available at a car dealer? Job turnover? Possiblity of openings? Job Security? Salary? Hours? Any information you can give me? I do NOT want to be a salesman.
I've been in sales positions for about 7 years now, mainly outside B2B sales. Recently, I decided I wanted a change, I just moved to a new city and have been pretty bored with the sales job I've had for the past few years. I was offered a car sales position working for Honda, but I am having a hard time deciding if I should give it a shot. If I ever were to sell cars it would be for a company like Honda or Toyota, simply because it seems they have their niche customers moreso than other car makers, plus the quality of their cars. However, at the same time I just don't know if getting into this industry is something that is easy to do or not. The upside is great if you are a top producer, but I just have no idea how quickly someone can jump right in and start making good money. Any advice from people doing it would be greatly appreciated!
I am getting a job at a Hyundai Kia and nissan in san Leandro California ? Does anyone know what the average car salesmen makes per year/ month in California ?
I am garnered $2000 a month so that's at least $2400 a year if I don't sell one single car. I know I would prolly get fiered but I showing that I won't make $20k a year.
I plan on buying a 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix GT. The cost is $23,000. I was planning to walk-in with $19,000 and take it off the lot. Is this possible or not realistic because of my amount is too low and the dealer would be hell-bent on financing. What's a realistic amount then?
I'm not trying to come off as arrogant, but I don't want to deal with financing and paying interest on a car and car notes. I have a strict, well-disciplined saving strategy at my age 24. I've been able to save up money from my job, to pull this off and still have a security blanket of money left for worst-case scenarios.
How could dressing nicely during your job as a sales person affect your sales? And if you're dressed badly, how could it effect your sales?
I am a Junior preparing for college etc. I absolutely love cars and would love to get into a career involving them. I live in the Seattle area so I cant find a car job that has a good enough salary/pay to live comfortable around here. Car salesmen, mechanics, body shop etc are all out of the picture. A career that can make at least 100k is hoped for. College courses are not a big deal. I think I can get into anything I want (hopefully :) ) so if that helps. Thanks