Pros: fun co-workers, manager has great attitude
Cons: horrible compensation, obamacare benefits, a lot of homework during training
This job is a total grind. They require you to make at least 6 sales per week, or they let you go.
When you start up, the training is TOUGH.
They require a LOT of time reading their training books, doing quizzes and homework.
Money earned is solely based on making sales. You are at the mercy of the customer, because if they cancel the service, you – more... pay for it.
You have to pay for samples, and for going to events.
It's not a great job if you want to have a life outside of work. I don't recommend it at all. – less