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Fun first job out of college but after a year you need to get out!
Regional Accounts Coordinator (Former Employee), Denver, COMay 14, 2012
Pros: lots of happy hours, great health insurance & vacation time, great for single people
Cons: no career path, poor pay for job requirements, everything in this job is sales related!!!
Great co-workers, lots in their early 20's to mid-30's. Party atmosphere and lots of happy hours. Most difficult part of the job is dealing with the customers who like to complain about the smallest of things. Great job to start out with after college as you get experience in the professional work world but most people get out after their first year – more... as the managers are immature, play favorites, and don't pay according to skill sets. – less
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Fun and very challenging job
Area Coordinator - Transportation (Current Employee), Paris and LondonJuly 29, 2014
Pros: possibility to travel quite ofter
Cons: very long office hours
a typical day in the office will normally start at 8.30am.
i will go through all my emails first and will identify those which need priority.
i will then make sure that everything is set for the day and will go through all details.
i learn new things everyday by leasing with suppliers and communicating with people coming from the entire world.
we are – more... a really good team of people. we help each other a lot and we always work together to find the best solution possible.
However, sometimes it could be really hard to coordinate many people who are out on tour at the same time. June is normally a very intense and tough month with very busy arrival days (this June we have 1500 people arriving at least twice a week).
I really like what I do as it allows me to speak everyday with many different people. My job can be really challenging sometimes but this is the most enjoyable part of it. Dealing with emergencies allows me to develop my problem solving skills. – less
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TOUR MANAGER, Inside Sales (Current Employee), Toronto, ONFebruary 9, 2013
Pros: young office
Cons: long hours
- Work with teachers
- Sales
- Plan tours
- Young company
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