Need some advice. Work for AT&T corp Store Manager. Been in wireless industry for about 14 years. Base is about 60k and commission and incentives add to 35k extra. Single dad and have worries making less then 80-85k if I change companies. Don’t have degree but considered a top store managing about 20 people. Not getting the opp to progress past this level. What are good areas I should be looking at? Staying in sales or managing sales? Account manager etc. Not a fan of cold call type roles
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I'm looking for a new job and not sure what type of title/role to look for... I've got a General Engineering degree from Baylor University, started 4 businesses (the most recent of which was a successful web design and digital marketing company), and lately I've been making $109k/year at AT&T in B2B telecom sales. As a hobby I've been into crypto and even recently won a web 3.0 Hackathon. While not having coded much professionally, I code (both web 2 & web 3) for fun. What should I do next?
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Prosits a job opportunity worth trying. sales leads are given to you everyday. there's a lot of potential to earn, a good interpersonal skill and product knowledge about mobile retail will help you a lot
Consif you dont like driving all day, if you're not happy meeting different kinds of people if you cannot accept on the spot correction from your manager if you are not open to any kind of learning
Advice to Managementtime management skills and a positive attitude will help you overcome the cons of this job.
I applied online. I interviewed at AT&T (Arlington Heights, Optional[IL])
InterviewStraight forward interview process, I had 2 interviews with one being on site with a local manager. Typical sales questions, talked about background then asked target selection type questions. Ie " describe a time when ..."
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