District Sales Manager Reviews

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Based on 301 responses, the job of District Sales Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.92 out of 5. On average, District Sales Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a District Sales Manager?

March 2016
"Wireless leader."
District Sales Manager:
Pros: People. Interacting with people and learning what makes each individual tick.
Cons: Work life balance is not flexible at all.
April 2016
"It's ok."
District Sales Manager:
Pros: I enjoy the people I work with and the place I work for.
Cons: I work many hours but not enough pay. I'm trying to find a good life balance.
July 2016
"DM Life."
District Sales Manager:
Pros: Flexibility on hours worked. Pick my own schedule. Not tied down in any particular location. Company vehicle, p card, and gas card.
Cons: 0 work life balance. Constant micromanaging. Managed with the stick. Compensation.
October 2014
"Go to grad school."
District Sales Manager:
Find new customers.
October 2016
District Sales Manager:
Pros: The independent freedom and that I'm never in the same place for long.
Cons: Having to babysit orders because the inside support is lacking.
February 2017
"February one."
District Sales Manager in Lincoln:
Pros: People with a great work ethic and no traffic jams.
Cons: No traffic jams, small town feel, limited opportunity.
March 2017
"Tough in a start up market."
District Sales Manager in Houston:
Pros: Seeing employees learn.
Cons: Relying on others to hit my quota.