Sales Sales Outbound Telemarketer

. Responsible for setting up appointments & sales. Handle outbound calls for selling a product or service, typically with respect to quotas or sales goals. Handle specific accounts or geography. Typically handle key accounts & more difficult situations.

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"Interesting work, but most of the time too much. Often the expectation is to get it done in rather unreasonable amount of time. On the hand you have great colleagues and the pay is decent."

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