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A list of sales jobs that young adults can do that pay big commissions

Updated on December 16, 2010

Sales jobs young adults can do

Young adults who are eager to make money can make money by going into sales jobs that are known for paying their employees commissions on sales. Below is a list of seven jobs , that are known for paying out commissions, that young adults can do.

Car Sales- If you are a young adult and hungry for some cold hard cash than getting a job in car sales may be for you. Selling cars is a great way to make some big cash, and car dealerships are usually always on the lookout for young adults that are eager to make some money. A lot of car dealerships are willing to train young adults who have no prior experience in selling cars. Usually there is no special license needed to start working as a car salesman or saleswoman.

Real Estate agent- Young adults who want to make huge commissions can always work in real estate, even in a bad economy because everybody needs a place to live, and no matter what the economy is like, people will always be on the hunt for buying a home, maybe not in flocks but there will always be people all over the country looking for a new home. Usually a person needs a real estate license before they can become a real estate agent, but once license, many companies will hire young adults with no prior real estate experience.

Selling furniture for homes- Many big name furniture stores hire young adults with no background in selling furniture, and many furniture stores payout a nice commission when a salesperson sells furniture.

Cell Phone sales- Working in a cell phone store is another great place to make some excellent commission dollars. Many cell phone stores hire young adults with no prior sales experience.

Home improvement- There are many home improvement companies across the country that hires salespeople to go to a few appointments a day, and try to sell home improvement products such as windows, and the commission dollars are usually big.

Home security systems- Young adults who want to make good commission dollars can also try to sell home security systems. Many big name home security companies hire young adults with no experience in selling home security systems and the income potential is considerably high.

Jewelry sales- Young adults can also try to sell jewelry at a jewelry store, because many jewelry stores payout commissions to their salespeople, and young adults can make some good commission dollars.


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