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Based on 186 responses, the job of Sales Development Representative (SDR) has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.79 out of 5. On average, Sales Development Representative (SDR)s are highly satisfied with their job.
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September 2019
Sales Development Representative (SDR) in Atlanta:
Pros: Talking to clients
Cons: Hours worked for the amount of pay
October 2019
"Expensive place to live, and the compensation is below."
Sales Development Representative (SDR) in San Luis Obispo:
Pros: The area is beautiful.
Cons: Lack of opportunities
October 2019
"If your find the right company, it’s a joy."
Sales Development Representative (SDR) in San Francisco:
Pros: Myriad opportunities. Lots of smart people moving fast.
Cons: Homelessness and drug use on the streets is rampant. MUST BE FIXED.
December 2018
"Great opportunities in a busy city."
Sales Development Representative (SDR) in San Francisco:
Pros: The booming tech economy and the weather
Cons: The long commutes and the large homeless population
December 2018
"Great."
Sales Development Representative (SDR) in Munich:
Pros: security, transport
November 2020
"It’s sales so ya know."
Sales Development Representative (SDR) in Austin:
Pros: I liek the company and people I work with.
Cons: Sales development is a job that is not fun. It can ware you down and if you stay in the position too long it will eventually start to drain your spirit