Why sales is a hot new job

By The Christian Science Monitor
Friday, February 1, 2013 15:55 EDT
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Job seekers line up to attend a career fair on August 15 in New York City. More Americans filed claims for unemployment insurance last week, the second straight weekly rise amid a slow recovery in the jobs market, official data showed. (AFP Photo/John Moore)
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Why sales is a hot new job (via The Christian Science Monitor)

Tim Kilroy, a father of five, changed jobs about a year ago to become a sales representative for three companies, all in some ways linked to technology. The payoff: He raked in between $250,000 and $500,000 last year. His full-time job is selling advertising for Triggit, an online firm based in San…

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