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I like that I work for a well-respected company and well-known brand. The Baltimore Sun is well known and we also have the backing of Tribune Publishing. I have an arsenal of products and solutions that I can offer my advertisers and the products work and my clients see results. I am outside meeting with clients every day and not stuck behind a desk and every day is different. I learn something new every day and I really feel like I have gained invaluable experience. It's a big team and there is always something fun going on in the office and I've made some great friends here. I started in local sales and then after I proved myself I was moved up quickly into a more senior level sales role. Pay is good - it's sales, so that's really up to me. Benefits are fantastic.
We could use some more ongoing training, but the initial product training was great. Sometimes communication is not the best- and they roll out new advertising programs and internal programs on a regular basis.
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Baltimore Sun Media Group.
Professional. Interviewed with many colleagues. Very laid back interview process. Extensive process meeting with internal clients and colleagues. They asked the very typical interview questions. Nothing really about my skills or aptitude.
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