Sales Jobs: How Moving to a New City Could Help You Find a New Job

By Robyn Melhuish • May 15, 2015 • , , ,
If your sales career has stalled, it may be time to explore a new location. These tips can help you choose the right city for professional growth, one that has lots of sales jobs available.

Live in San Fran? Here’s How to Launch Your Sales Career

By Team Brazen • July 28, 2014 • , ,
If you live in or near San Francisco, love the idea of launching your career in sales and want to work for a company consistently ranked in the top 100 “Best Companies to Work For,” we’ve got an event for you.

Why You Should Love Your Sales Team, Even If You Don’t Like Sales

By Rebecca Otis • May 23, 2014 • , ,
“Salesy” can often be mistaken for sleazy. But your sales team is important. Here’s why you should trust them.

5 Tips for Recruiters Who Want to Hire Strong Salespeople

By Kelsey Grabarek • July 30, 2013 • ,
Most of your company’s revenue (and your paycheck) comes from the success of your sales team. Follow these tips to recruit and hire a successful sales force.

The Best Ways to Sell Yourself and Get the Job You Want

By Felix Tarcomnicu • March 8, 2013 • , , ,
Even if you’re not applying for a sales position, you need to understand the basics of sales so you can sell yourself. These tips will get you started.

Are you a Sales Rock Star? Come Work for Brazen!

By Alexis Grant • November 28, 2012 • , ,
If the idea of working for a fast-paced, fast-growing and innovative company sounds appealing, stop by our Brazen Sales Digital Open House.

The Smartest Way to Think About Your Resume

By Michael Junge • June 27, 2012 • ,
When was the last time you thought about your resume in a context other than needing to get it updated or submitted? Probably never.

Why You Should Consider Taking That Sleazy Sales Job

By Tim Murphy • January 16, 2012 •
Learning to sell is one of the best skills you can bring to your career — and life.

The Only Question You Need to Ask About A Commission-Based Job

By Vintage Brazen • September 25, 2009 • , , ,
Think that commission-based job sounds too good to be true? It probably is. Here are two very important questions to ask a potential employer.