I prefer not to state that on here, but nope.
I am a new agent, so I will be getting my Property and Casualty license in a month or less (hopefully this month, since the classes are in 2 weeks).
After I am there for a bit (6 months would be my guess), I will secure my Life and Health license.
After completion of each license, I get a raise of $2.
So $4 raise minimum + commission.
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My current job had a similar situation.
Fired the employee after a bunch of customer complaints.
I'm surprised it took the company so long.
Just asking because I work in a similar field but as a recruiter
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You're going to use VB.NET to create an application, which you will then present to Microsoft? lolwut
Professor said we have two options: VB or C#.
She stated that C# is preferred, especially because a MS rep will be there, but gave the VB option because she knows it's a much easier language and not everyone will be able to use C#.
A good VB application is better than a crappy one in C#.
I'm personally going for C#, but honestly, I have no fucking idea what to make. Lol
And to top it all off, my "group" has no idea what they're doing, so they left everything up to me.
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Originally Posted by Shruba
You should have made a epic quit and record it
That's immature/unprofessional. Later when you need a referral, or event favor, it will bite you in the ass.
Last edited by Gill Bates; 11-20-2015 at 09:45 AM.