Account Manager, Albuquerque, NM - September 18, 2012
Prudential Consulting is a great place to learn. By the time I left Prudential Consulting I could manage my time, train people how to sell, build relationships with fellow employees, and interview. The negative side of working here was the amount of work you'd have to do. The manager of the office was a lazy college graduate who at the end of a long day of door to door sales would make us do every thing from teaching, computer work, sending e-mails, morning and afternoon interviews, you name it. The employees ran the office and once the territory started to run low and people weren't making the right amount of money for pretty much working 24/6, it was just time to move on. All in all a great place to make some fast cash and learn how to become a manager of whatever career path you take.