attitude, your presentation, and your professionalism. Sure you will learn a lot. But most people sell for the money. Doing fence to fence sales you can make a lot of money. Enough money to buy your books, buy a car, and even graduate college debt free. They say that accounting is the language of
business. That may be true, but selling is the mouth of business. What can I expect a summer of selling to be like? You can expect that the company you choose to work for will treat you with respect. There are rumors floating around that "the marketing companies don't care about their employees", "they
don't care how many sales we make." That is simply not true. The only way the companies succeed is if their sales reps succeed. You can expect a lot of rejection, the majority of the fences you knock on will probably say "no", but look at the details of your pay-scale, usually it only takes 75 "yes-es"
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