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American Income Life Chief Executive Officer, AIL Agency Division Steven K. Greer
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  • "The majority of my fellow associates were great people to be in the office with.(in 210 reviews)
  • "The training is great and there is a possibility to get promoted on a regular basis.(in 196 reviews)
  • "Money is good for brokers who are ok going door to door and a lot of incentives(in 162 reviews)
  • "If you get good the pay is great and you are can decide your schedule.(in 98 reviews)
  • "The culture here is great also!(in 77 reviews)
  • "Long hours to sometimes not get paid for the week because customers are blowing you off(in 222 reviews)
  • "There is a lot of turn over in this industry and being commission only can get difficult(in 212 reviews)
  • "poor management(in 116 reviews)
  • "Some long hours but worth it in the long term.(in 104 reviews)
  • "WHEN YOU BECOME A MANAGER YOU HAVE TO PAY $125 a week to keep that position for “recruiting”(in 93 reviews)
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  1. 1.0
    Former Contractor, less than 1 year

    Sales Job

    Jul 5, 2015 - Anonymous Contractor in Roseville, MN
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    The training is great and there is a possibility to get promoted on a regular basis. The commission system is also great if you happen to be successful.


    They make is seem like you will be going around selling life insurance to people who are already interested in life insurance but that is not the case. You are simply cold calling most of the people and annoying them to make a living. The people interviewing you are sales people and get paid by recruiting