the most common entry level job you’ll see is an entry level salesperson. You’re typically selling something you’ve done before, something you know you can sell, something that’s a good match in terms of price and fit. They’re often just someone you see walking into a store (or something similar) because it’s a place you’ve been before.

That’s true, but the entry level salesperson could be selling you a car, a home, a home improvement project, or even a new job. All of the above are entry level jobs, which means that theyre often very challenging. However, the entry level salesperson can be very rewarding, as theyre one of the very few jobs that can be expected to come in once youve figured out what to sell.

The job of a salesperson in this case is to be able to make sales and generate leads. They also have to be able to sell people on the benefits of your products and services. But as you begin to learn the ropes, you may find that these salespeople tend to be more creative and motivated than others.

I love when a sales person starts to do something creative. If theyre a bit too hard on you for being so stupid, they tend to get annoyed and leave.

I’m not saying that you shouldn’t sell your services at all. After all, you will be making a pretty good living as a salesperson and you may even have a few extra bucks to spend on other things. But don’t expect to make more than a few dollars a day (or maybe more than a few hundred if you’re lucky).

I get this question all the time, “You’re doing work that pays $10,000 a day?”. Thats a lot of money. Especially in today’s society, it’s like 10, 12, 15 times more than what you make at your actual job. So, if you can get a job and make $200,000 a year you’d be doing a pretty good job of earning $10,000 a day.

Yeah, that’s what I thought at first too. Although, I was also surprised to learn that the vast majority of salespeople are people who are still working for someone else when they make 40,000 a year. As a result, the vast, vast majority of salespeople are not making a living.

I think that’s where the problem lies. There is a reason why most salespeople make only between $10,000 and $20,000, and that is because they don’t have the income to buy the food they eat. So why do you think most people make less than $20,000 a year? Because they are still working for someone else, not because they are lazy.

In a way this is a good point, and one that I think a lot of people overlook. Salespeople make most of their money in their first 5 years in business, and that is because they have the opportunity and the skills. Many salespeople end up working for companies that arent the right fit and don’t have the skills. I think this is why so many salespeople make a lot less than 20,000 a year.

Well, if you are in a sales position, you should be making at least 25k a year. But if you are in a sales position, your job is to make money. If you are in a sales position and your boss doesn’t think you should make the same amount as they do, then they are going to make you make less.