I am applying for a route salesperson job for a bread company and just wanted to know what the job entails. Thanks!
Not the salesperson job.
I am about to start looking for a real estate salesperson job, but my credit rating is a little sketchy and I'm worried about whether the agencies in NYC tend to do credit checks on their employees. Otherwise, I have no criminal record and can provide good work/personal references. Responses on your company policies re: employee credit checks from those working in Manhattan would be appreciated, however if you're located elsewhere and can tell me about your hiring, it would be welcomed and greatly appreciated as well. Thanks!
The reason why I asked is because in my real estate classes I got the impression that when the renter signs the lease, they hand off to me a commission check for the broker to deposit and pay out, as opposed to having to deal with escrow accounts for earnest $$, etc. in traditional sales in which I wouldn't deal with any physical money until the broker pays me. Thanks again for the replies.
So my husband is looking for a better job as we only make roughly 500 biweekly after all the taxes and insurance charges deducted off the check and we are in desperate need of a new job. We have a 15 month old baby together and this job is hardly making ends meet. I saw this offer on indeed.com and does it seem like a good choice and is being a car salesperson a steady job? Please help! Thanks in advance!
I'm looking for a different job. I was thinking about one of those kiosk's in the mall or like a "Verizon Store". I'm good with people and I pick up to technical stuff quickly. I know there's a certain amount of commission involved. My biggest question would be about health insurance availability.
I just got my CA real estate salesperson's license. I will be interviewing with brokers to find a place to train. What do I need to take with me to an interview? A copy of my license? A resume? I have no resume, as I haven't worked in real estate in the past. It is easy to get on with a brokerage?
I've been shy ever since I can remember even though most people consider me attractive, smart, and capable. I'm a 22 year old male and all of my life I have been told of my "potential" and how I need to avoid being complacent. If you saw me walking down the street most people would just assume I had lots of friends and got lots of girls. The reality is that I pretend this is the case because my pride prevents me from accepting help from other people and admitting how hard it is for me to connect with people. I have a paralyzing fear of judgment. I excelled in high school but part of the reason I dropped out of college was because I was unable to make any friends or "fit in." I hide in my room and think all day instead of throwing myself into society and seeing what happens. This is in spite of the fact that I work as a commission salesperson and my job requires me to work intimately with people and families every single day. Most people wouldn't know I was shy because I have learned ways to hide my slightly trembling hands, and quietly wiping away my sweating brow. I know that I can be happy, successful, productive and satisfied if only I could overcome my paralyzing shyness. If I could just conquer this one thing my horizons would be so much brighter. I am looking for ways to get over my shyness, techniques to defeat my fear of judgement, and advice on becoming more confident and outgoing.
I am sixteen and am going to stay at school to do my -levels. I would like a job involving sales but I don't really want to go to university. What jobs are there that involve sales and not a degree, eg an estate agent?
I have just received my bachelors degree and have so far only had small side jobs. When I'm looking online now, I don't even know where to start. I know that I would most likely be starting off low, but I am looking for an industry that would be cool to work in with increasing opportunities in the years to come. Does anyone have any advice for that?
I'm a graduating senior in high school and about to enter college during the Fall. I am wondering how long is the process to obtain a real estate salesperson license.
Also, what is the simple difference between a broker and salesperson? I believe a broker is above the salesperson, correct? And how do I get MLS?
Thanks to anyone who can help.
Thanks so far! Very informative from all of you.
I want a job at a deli, but i want to be able to collect tips and not just sit at a desk as cashier.
I'm just wondering what the highest paying jobs are out there that require the least amount of schooling or long term training to enter? Approximately what kind of annual income does each profession generate? Thanks in advance?
Any jobs that you can make 7,000 a week?
This is my first sales job and I have a sale to close tomorrow. I really love this job but, as with most other sales jobs, if I don't meet my quota they'll get rid of me. This is not a "cut throat" sales type of position and all of the reps are really supportive of each other as all leads are only given to one rep at a time and its important that the group, as a whole, meet the quota as well. Any tips?
I am in LA and my friend was offered a sales job for an independent film company. There is a small base pay and supposedly good commission. What can he expect to make? It's not a huge company, probably worth about 15 million. Would he expect a good salary? I know it can range, but any ideas would help. Thanks.
He has about 10 years of sales experience in different industries, no experience in film. It is a literature story being made into a movie. That's all he told me, plus idk anything about that industry so that's all I have for details.
I'm recruiting a new salesperson as a replacement of a previous one who has retired. We're dealing in a furniture-manufacturing business that have many networks of furniture traders as our clients. We've already established good relationships with our clients, thanks to the previous salesperson that had been working with us for many years before. Now, I'm a little confused with the issue of whether I should be giving the same level of commission as our previous senior salesperson, or less. Considering since this new salesperson only has to maintain a good sales performance toward our already established list of clients, and doesn't need to work as hard to find some new clients.
I am a couple months into my associates degree in psychology. I still have a little ways to go until I'm able to get my degree. But, I was wondering, what kind of job oppurtunities are out there for a person with only a assciates degree in psychology. If you have any information please share with me. Thanks!
Not any simple job like an actress or police or whatever. Something new and cool. Something like a great great great job that can open up or lead to even more opportunities.
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 am trying to hire a quality salesperson, and have been having no luck at all.