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Based on 571 responses, the job of Vice President (VP), Sales has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.17 out of 5. On average, Vice President (VP), Saless are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Vice President (VP), Sales?

July 2017
"Work ethic."
Vice President (VP), Sales in West Fargo:
Work hard and give 110% and customer service is the key.
December 2017
"Very positive."
Vice President (VP), Sales in New York:
Pros: Diversity and opportunties
Cons: crowded
February 2018
Vice President (VP), Sales in Seattle:
Make sure you have the resources needed to do your job.
February 2018
"Fantastic city."
Vice President (VP), Sales in Dallas:
Pros: There are amazing business opportunities for professionals in the Dallas area.
Cons: Traffic can be terrible at any time of day.
February 2018
"Everyone is a ptential buyer."
Vice President (VP), Sales in Wichita:
Stay positive and motivated. Focus on each employee.
November 2018
Vice President (VP), Sales in New York:
Pros: Access to everything
Cons: Cost of living
November 2018
"Dynamic Oakland."
Vice President (VP), Sales in Oakland:
Pros: Oakland is vibrant and has lots of restaurant options and places to walk.