Sales Representative, Wholesale and Manufacturing, (but not Technical and Scientific Products) Reviews

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Based on 160 responses, the job of Sales Representative, Wholesale and Manufacturing, (but not Technical and Scientific Products) has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.71 out of 5. On average, Sales Representative, Wholesale and Manufacturing, (but not Technical and Scientific Products)s are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Sales Representative, Wholesale and Manufacturing, (but not Technical and Scientific Products)?

January 2017
Sales Representative, Wholesale and Manufacturing, (but not Technical and Scientific Products) in Yakima:
Pros: I control how much I make depending on how hard u work.
Cons: Time to sale jobs doesn't always equal out for the pay.
September 2015
"RECEIVING THE ORDER AND DEAL WITH THE FACTORY WORKERS."
Sales Representative, Wholesale and Manufacturing, (but not Technical and Scientific Products):
Pros: COMMUNICATING WITH THE FOREIGN CUSTOMERS, RECEIVING THE NEW TRADING COLORS.
Cons: THE QUALITY OF THE PRODUCT IS NOT VERY STABLE, AND THE SUPERVISOR NOT HELPING.
February 2017
"Excellent work experience. Great brand - heritage brand."
Sales Representative, Wholesale and Manufacturing, (but not Technical and Scientific Products) in Chicago:
Pros: People, culture, energy, growth, development, the products.
Cons: Feel undervalued.
February 2017
"Slow and easy going."
Sales Representative, Wholesale and Manufacturing, (but not Technical and Scientific Products) in Lafayette:
Pros: The ease of getting around the city.
Cons: Options.
March 2017
"Building and maintaining relationships."
Sales Representative, Wholesale and Manufacturing, (but not Technical and Scientific Products) in New Jersey:
Do not underestimate the importance of networking and treasuring the relationships acquired as a result. Also, know and learn as much as possible about your industry and industries of your customers.
August 2017
"Challenging but fun."
Sales Representative, Wholesale and Manufacturing, (but not Technical and Scientific Products) in Dallas:
Pros: Selling new accounts & up-stalling current accounts.
Cons: Pay & drive.
December 2018
"Simple."
Sales Representative, Wholesale and Manufacturing, (but not Technical and Scientific Products) in Auckland:
Pros: City life
Cons: Same old same old