- Great upfront compensation - Flexible hours when grounded - Lifetime residual income - Able to protect families financially - Fun and rewarding career
- Too many agents taking the opportunity for granted/not willing to work hard
Advice to Management
Keep blowing up!
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at National Income Life (Farmingdale, NY) in October 2015.
Well, I did not apply for the job, they found my resume online, they asked what I was looking for In a job. I said i was looking for a clerical position, they said they were hiring for consultants, but to just go there anyways and that they had plenty of jobs. Even though, for me, to get to their office it would be a 40 minute to an hour drive there, and back. So I went there, and I got lost a few times because the building number is not shown. I went inside and this lady was like, you must be here for an interview. So she gave me a sheet and it said weird things like "Are you competitive?" And " What do you avoid when looking for a career?" Very weird questions and the competitive question made me think that maybe this was a commission job. The actual interview involved two guys who literally asked me like two questions and wanted to just see the face of the people applying for the jobs. The interview was like 2 minutes long and they said that they would call me at 5 pm if they were interested, I didn't want them to call me because it was fishy, and they didn't call me! After I left the building I was thinking to myself, I drove 40 minutes to an hour there, just for a two minute interview and then drove all the way back home and wasted 1/4ths of my gas for something so pointless!! The best thing was, I got an email the next week saying that they have been trying to contact me to schedule an interview and have not been able to do so, which is a load of bull since I went on an interview with them already!! It just seemed fishy, I don't recommend.
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