This was my first experience in the technical world. I have sold numerous things around the world - but selling the idea of a tool for limitless knowledge... that's a new one. Wolfram doesn't have the greatest pay for the hours they expect in reporting and learning their software and its 1,000's of uses. The benefit of this job is experience. The culture is good - once you learn who you need to ally with, but there are a lot of people in this world with diabolical minds. Their goal is outsmarting and out conniving the world... They cannot be taught. It's a problem... I learned working 14 hours a day traveling 22 weeks a year gets you a gross profit of $70K per year. Yes I saw some wonderful people and made some very strategic partners that I still use in my business today, but the ungrateful atmosphere for those in the field providing the income for the rest of the company to operate is pretty remarkable. Not a fan.