Soooo been in insurance sales for more than a decade. Independent contractor, COVID destroyed me. Got 3 opportunities in front of me.
-big furniture store
+commission is good. Seems easy.
-no free weekends. Seems to be a glass ceiling.
-service advisor at a car dealership
+good commission and hourly. Possible asst. management position. Free Sundays
-chaotic environment, stress, I know Jack shit about cars.
Massive car dealership, start as service to sales
+fun atmosphere, stock options, room for growth good commission
-again. I know fuck all about cars, don’t even know what the fuck service to sales is. I pester people getting an oil change I assume?
Mainly. I built a buisness on my own from the ground up and watched it fall. So I’m just disgusted if I pick one and hate it. I burned 2 bridges. Starting over at 37. Just. Idk. Demoralized a tad. Anyone been in these fields with advice?