Account Manager Reviews

Q: What is it like working as an Account Manager?

Account Manager in South Bend:
Pros: Flexibility. Great benefits.
Cons: Holidays are stressful.

Account Manager in Logan:
Pros: Money, and the ability to be goofy.
Cons: It's a completely meaningless job.

Account Manager in Macomb:
"Lots of Hours."
Pros: You get a fair amount of freedom in setting your own schedule.
Cons: Pay is for a 40 hour week and the job can only be completed working a minimum 50 hour week. Some seasons require up to 100 hour weeks to complete necessary work. Raises are non-existant and COLA are minimal. Bonus is low for profession. Performance demands are high.

Account Manager in Rochester:
"Casual Culture."
Pros: Casual Dress. Genuinely interested in what I do.
Cons: Low compensation. Little room to advance.

Account Manager in Herndon:
"High Stress Level, Wear Multiple Hats."
Pros: My customers and accomplishing my customer's mission within their organization.
Cons: I wear many "hats" and have to help other's with their own job.

Account Manager in La Jolla:
"With I had taken some graphic design courses."
Start early, and get your foot in the door with a company you can grow with. Especially in large cities, sales jobs are competitive and 99.9% of them require previous experience. Pay your dues, slowly move up the sales ladder, and appreciate the early-on 'grunt' work because hitting the pavement and cold calling skills really do come in handy down the line.

Account Manager in Seattle:
Pros: Great bosses, positive work culture, small business, interesting work.
Cons: Stressful, over 150 accounts, difficult business partners.