Pros: breakfast served, work/life balance, fun work sponsored events
Cons: compensation borders on minimum wage after tax, advancement is difficult
Overall a gerat work/life balance. A typical day in sales consists of being on the phone quoting items that the customer knows they want, pushing customers to technical support or fixing order errors caused either by the warehouse or technical support or due to customer selection error. Advancement is the company is very difficult unless you chose to leave for a vendor and return a couple of years later. College education is also not weighted much within the company anymore so if you don't have one, it isn't an issue. It should be noted however that there are some perks such as breakfast served a few times per week and internal training opportunities that could be transferred to other organizations. Overall it's a great place to start working if you are new to corporate environments, but for the college educated professional looking to grow their career and be able to make a liveable wage for their family, this is the wrong place.