Questions and Answers about Aflac

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I interviewed with them and the job is not a good thing to start if you aren’t able to sacrifice a longer period of time with little to no financial pay. And if you’re a slow learner at sales or have a bad mentor it’s a huge financial and time out before you see a return on investment. With that being said if you have a second source of income and can go through the motions until you’re a competent seller it can be fairly rewarding

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Read and try to remerber everything about CareerBuilder only and a few upskill job seeking web sites...

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Do not waste your time. They do not train properly and poor commission

Answered - Accident / Health Insurance Agent (Former Employee) - Durant, OK

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Be yourself, show how much you love working for a company that appreciates their employees well.

Answered - Account Service Specialist (Former Employee) - Columbus, GA

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My one on one interview with my Regional Sales Co ordinater was the best one I've ever had, only because I had done research on the company and made a written list of questions for HIM! He was very impressed and I was hired in the spot, even asked how I felt about management myself. Dress for success, be confident, do your research & ASK THEM questions! They love it!

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Be willing to be a go-getter.

Answered - INSURANCE AGENT (Former Employee) - Lubbock, TX

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Dress business professional. Bring your resume. Make a list of questions to bring with you. Come with an open mind. There is a reason why the reviews are so high on the company page - but previous employees complain about how difficult the job may be or that it's commission only. This position is not for everyone! But for those that can apply themselves and work hard - they see the benefits and slay it.

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Make sure you have money saved up. Commission is hard to live off of with no money saved up

Answered - Associate (Former Employee) - Wytheville, VA

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Make sure that you are financially able to withstand some time not making money until you have decided that you can make it in this difficult selling environment...

Answered - Sales (Current Employee) - Middletown, NY

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If you are inclined into Sales and Marketing this is a good fit.

Answered - Benefits Consultant (Former Employee) - Staten Island, NY

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