Open, call center environment. High pressure sales, results based.
You have to get federally licensed, it's not an easy test. Then you have to get licensed in each individual state, usually 5 states per LA. RUM covers a portion of these costs but you'll end up paying for some of it through payroll deductions.
Every day you sit at your desk and dial endlessly. It's nice that RUM provides all the leads, but it can be frustrating when you dial 600 times and still don't find someone to talk to. Even when you get someone on the phone, they may still say no.
RUM provides all the training necessary to succeed, but at the end of the day you're responsible for your own success. Pay is based on how much you sell. Commission kind of sucks.
good benefits, good company cares about employees/wellness, community service
poor commission, crazy hours, extreme pressure, sitting at a desk all day