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When Wilfrid Laurier grad Jen Mullin started her first job as a Sales Representative at Molson Coors, she didn’t dare to hope for a long-term role.
“When I got my job ten years ago, it was an eight-month contract,” she says. “I only hoped that the eight-month contract would be carried on for maybe a year if I was lucky.”
Five employees at EF Educational Tours Canada's Toronto office discuss why they love working there, including travel and social events. Read more »
4 young professionals at EF Educational Tours Canada describe their experiences with EF's training and development for new hires. Read more »
Just-Eat interns and employees discuss the Just-Eat Jam and the company's unique promote-from-within culture. Read More »
Many Bayer CropScience employees started as Summer Associates in Sales and other areas, and have had the opportunity to quickly work their way up within the company. Read More »
Eight students and recent graduates, including Territory Sales Reps and a Sales Manager, who have started their careers with Bayer CropScience explain why they love working there. Read more »
Stephanie Tacconelli, a 2010 graduate from the commerce program at Queen’s University, shares her experience of applying to Procter & Gamble and going through the recruitment process. Today, she works as an Assistant Brand Manager! Read More »
Brandon Lewi (who got his job through TalentEgg!) says he gets daily satisfaction from his job and he doesn't think there's a more rewarding career out there than sales. Lewi graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 2009 with a finance degree and completed an internship in IBM's software group before being hired by Softchoice as an Inside Sales Account Manager (ISAM). Read More »
Xerox Recruitment Specialist Amelia Bourbonnais typically reads at least 30 to 50 resumés per week, so she knows what she likes. Check out this article and video for tips on how to write the perfect sales resumé! Read More »
Dan Ioanitescu, Graphic Designer on the Corporate Marketing Team at Softchoice, says the best part of his job is getting to work with so many different people, both inside and outside of the company. Read More »
Starting a sales career at a company like Xerox Canada is like running your own small business with the support an international brand, says Amelia Bourbonnais, a Recruitment Specialist with Xerox Canada. Read More »
Braden Staranchuk, Softchoice‘s Mid-Market and Public Sector Telesales Manager in Toronto, says one of the best parts about a career in sales is that the sky is the limit in terms of how much money you can earn. At the end of the day, more phone calls and more engagements with customers means the opportunity to earn more money. Read More »