Pros: recognition, pot lucks
Cons: high pressure sales
This is a sales job. It's decorated to look like you are just an admissions counselor, but if you don't get the sales, you get the can, simply put. The pay is decent and since it's against the law to receive a commission on education, what the for-profit institution does is adjusts your salary every six months to the bracket that best represents your sales last term. To keep this salary you must perform the same. You can always do better and receive an even higher salary. They pay between 30K-60K based on performance.