East Marketing Career Development FAQ

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East Marketing has a career opportunities rating of 3.9.

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What kind of career opportunities exist at East Marketing?

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June 25, 2021

Pros

Very social environment, plenty of weekly team events. Opportunity to learn and progress within the company. So far so good

Cons

Competitive environment, good for people who likes challenges

Advice to Management

More travel opportunities

Opportunity to learn and progress within the company.

June 25, 2021

Reviewed by: Account Manager in Atlanta, GA (Current Employee)

October 1, 2021

Pros

Great people who work there... very helpful and want you to learn. Unfortunately they were sucked in this scam and it consumed their mindset.

Cons

Basically a pyramid scheme that is well known. BEWARE OF ENTRY LEVEL MARKETING JOBS LIKE THESE, THIS IS NOT THE ONLY ONE. But if you don’t know about the pyramid scheme then it seems like such a great opportunity. They use big words, lengthy responses and degrade your intelligence to basically avoid telling you exactly what you will be doing...which is... SELLING WIFI IN WALMART. You will be standing there for 7-8 hours asking people to switch to a certain WiFi company like (AT&T, Xfinity, etc). They will not tell you that until your first day when your on the way to the store. Then guilt trip you in every meeting about seeing the positive and how you can grow if you “believe in yourself” but honestly it will take at least a year or close to it until you are not pitching in Walmart anymore. They lie about how much you will make so you will be dreamy eyes about the numbers but those are if you sell a lot because it’s mostly commission. And selling isn’t easy because most people are telling you to go away, Overall, just don’t waste your time unless you want to sell WiFi in Walmart is my advice.

Advice to Management

Be HONEST. You might find people who want to do this without having to lie or omit information. Stop trying to outsmart people and just be honest with them and what they are getting themselves into.

But if you don’t know about the pyramid scheme then it seems like such a great opportunity.

October 1, 2021

Reviewed by: Account Executive (Former Employee)

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