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7 days ago

Site Reliability Engineer (NYC)

Yelp New York, NY

• Work closely with developers in supporting new features and services • Monitor site… Yelp

3 days ago

Account Executive – new

Yelp New York, NY

As an Account Executive in our Yelp Sales Development Program (YSDP), you will help local businesses connect with consumers through Yelp Ads. But it… Yelp

7 days ago

Facilities Coordinator

Yelp New York, NY

• Assists with the planning, coordination, and logistics for facility and building-related materials, resources, and supplies. • Performs… Yelp

5 days ago

Sales Intern - Summer

Yelp New York, NY

and Expectations: • Manage a high volume of leads, conduct introductory calls, educate clients on the power of Yelp, and help close deals… Yelp

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    If you like sales, this is your dream ajob

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    Former Employee - Account Executive in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Account Executive in New York, NY

    I worked at Yelp full-time (less than an year)


    You are NOT expected to stay past 5:30
    Fantastic benefits (free food, drinks, beer keg, insurance, etc)
    Very laid-back, positive environment
    Encouraging management
    Young and energetic workforce


    Pay is quite bad until you hit commission (typically 6+ months in)
    Very monotonous work - calling nonstop, all day every day! (and getting yelled at for calling)
    You have only that one task of calling - there is no way to break up your day by doing another task for a bit
    If you don't feel like calling that day, you are SOL
    You are expected to be super perky and excited to be there each and every day
    Management is not a true "management" career. Many of the managers are just kids that got good at calling - they are your cheerleaders and help you close the deal. Just glorified callers

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    Be clear that "management" opportunities are still entirely sales related - even as a team manager you are on the calls, essentially telling employees what to say

    Positive Outlook
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