Physicians Mutual
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Physicians Mutual Employee Review

Physicians Mutual Licensed agent Review - Commision based

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December 19, 2020
If you can't sell you won't make money you almost need a second job not worth it. It's all commission-based it seem like two managers are kind of mean if you ask him questions they really don't want to hear any complaints and if they do they just tell you to look for another job
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None
Cons
Rude managers
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Decent pay, bonus opportunities, breaks, beautiful campus
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