As with any sales job, they hype up the opportunity. "Brokers make on average $60,000 by the end of their second year." No, they don't. Average broker doesn't even make commission based on their structure. I moved 32,000 in 8 months and saw no extra pay, which takes away a large part of the draw of sales; making money.
Can you succeed at TQL? Yes, absolutely. Do you want to? If you have no other prospects in life, and have no education or marketable abilities other than making stuff up, then yes, do this job.
Also, its a great place to learn the fundamentals of business, and to test your abilities as a salesperson, an account manager, and a logistics professional. But if you aren't fooled by their wild promises, you will leave a year or two after you start. So its up to you; are you there to gain ability or pretend you will one day 'make the big money'?
Base pay was pretty good and the benefits were good too. But honestly, the work you will have to do, and the amount of stress it causes, should pay you $50,000 a year minimum.
Good base pay, great place to learn business/logistics/sales, potential for great pay
Potential for pay is not what they promise, training is marginal at best, and the company does not live out its stated values, company will stab its employees in the back at any opportunity.