I finished school a few years ago, and it seems like all my schooling was pointless. I want to be hired based on my past experience and my technical knowledge. Not how well I can sell.
It seems like when i work 16 hours a day, 6 days a week, and i get "coached" on not selling enough like I am someone that doesn't take the job seriously. Even though, I worked a ton of hours.
Its frustrating to be working my butt off all day, and not to get appreciated, but get coached.
In my opinion, working a 16 hour day, 6 days a week is the job, and selling should be SECONDARY. We shouldn't be required to sell, but be praised and commissioned if we do happen to sell a unit/units.
I dont want to work for a small company just because there wouldn't be the job security and I want to be with a company for a long time. I dont want to work for a small company were the longest someone has been in the company is the owner, at 4 or 5 years.
So have all major companies gone to the selling approach?