Pros: unlimited earning potential/uncapped commissions, great work atmosphere/culture, great entry level position with the possibility for advancement within tql, opportunity to relocate.
Cons: work/life balance is difficult the first year or so, you will be putting in a lot of hours at work if you want to get ahead of the rest of the pack, those that are looking for a 9-5 job are not cut out for this job, you will get calls at night and on the weekend (but generally can be handled within a minute or so), but you have to be accessable 24/7 to answer your phone.
TQL is a great place to work. I have had the opportunity to work at a few different locations of TQL (2 in Cincinnati and now in Columbus) and the 1 thing that is consistent across the board: the people that you work with and the environment that you work in are what make TQL a great place to work. This is a high stress job, with tight time constraints – more... and little praise from people outside of the office. Those that thrive under pressure and are able to put in a full day's work day in and day out will find success. For those that put in the effort and are able to grind it out, the avg salesperson typically earns close to 6-figures within 3-4 years on the job. – less