Great sales Experience but that's about it
Account Executive (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 29, 2012
Marcus Evans has a revolving door, where a majority of the new starters do not make it past the first couple of months. If you do, its a high pressure situation to perform. Management shows favoritism to certain employees, and usually give the most successful campaigns to those favorite employees. During the interview, they tell you if you work hard you make money. Its mostly a numbers game and luck, even if you work hard, that truly gets you the commission. Despite those things, its valuable experience as far as sales and they do train you pretty well. The location is great, right downtown with a great view. Co-workers are cool. But if you can get a job somewhere else, I'd highly recommend doing that first. Don;t fall for the urgency of having to make a decision to take the job right away.
location, co-workers, great company parties
high stress, inconsistent management