Commission jobs pay you on the amount of sales you create. Some jobs pay part commission and part wage where you get a steady wage, but more money if you sell more. The more you sell, the more money you will get as "commission" and that is a major advantage. There is no end to how much you can earn in a commission job.
You can find commission jobs at GetPaidCommission.com
= my .02 cents ==
Commission jobs can help you make bad decisions, as your paycheck is dependent on it. I will never get paid that way again. I prefer to sleep well knowing I didn't screw anyone including myself. There are drawbacks that include not getting paid becasue of various criteria the company set up. Such as because they couldn't finance a customer, collect from a customer, someone else in the company screwed up the job you sold, the company is unethical and doesn't pay you.
I suggest anyone who is considering taking a leap into a commission job to start with a Base + Commission job rather than commission only. It's just too risky to begin with commission only. Once you get accustomed to selling and your comfortable closing and with the entire sales process in general then you're ready for commission only.
3 types of jobs that pay by commission
Staffing jobs and Real Estate Pay the highest commission.
Commission only jobs are jobs in which the employee only gets paid if he/she makes a sale. These jobs are usually better for those more outspoken and extroverted.
Some of the best commission based jobs include jobs at Oracle, CA Technologies, and Cisco. The best rated commission based job was voted to be at SAP America.
Hourly jobs are good than the commission ones since there is some assurance that one will earn something at the end of the day. What if one does not sell anything for the whole day? Commission jobs are not good.Hourly and commission jobs are good because you are in control of how much you can earn, since there is no fixed amount that you can earn.
The pay for jobs in telemarketing can very depending on the rate of commission pay your employer pays. Some jobs will have low a minimum hourly wage with a higher commission percentage, while other jobs will have a higher hourly wage, and a low commission.
A realtor is a commission job, for buying or selling real estate.
The following jobs are available with the European Commission Permanent Officials, Managers, and Temporary Agents. Other jobs that may have European Commissions include Contract Agents and Traineeships.
Commission only jobs, pay you based on a percentage of your total sales, either weekly or bimonthly
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