Aug 19, 2019

Why Sales is the Best First Job

I often speak to students, whether undergraduates or MBA students, and I keep hearing the same question, “I don’t know what I want to do. What type of job should I look for?” Unequivocally, my answer is simple: get a job in sales.

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