Account Executives give their job an average rating of 3.7 out of 5.0. The Account Executives happiest with their jobs are employed by Fremont Investment & Loan with an average rating of 0.0 while the Account Executives least happy with their jobs work for Adams Outdoor Advertising with an average rating of 1.1.Submit a Review
"I enjoyed the work environment and the fact I was able to learn a lot about inside and outside sales in a short period of time."
"I think it's just sales in general, but it's important to keep pushing."
"I'm excited to see my journey in finance with Taycor. I would suggest having more team building events outside of the office."
"It's dynamic, client oriented role. It involves multitasking and good time management."
"I love my agent that I work with and the customers that we serve. Sometimes work gets very hectic at the end of the month but we are rewarded with extra time off, holiday bonuses and fun events."
"Nothing at all, I love it."
"I loved the ability to work with clients and act as extension of their team to come up with solutions that contributed to their goals and objectives. I disliked working as an AE for USIM because they were so behind as a digital media agency with all of their manual forms to complete and excuses about not being able to develop a platform that worked for them which is not true. There is no hierarchy here. If you're a Jr. AE or Director of Client Services, you're working on the most mundane of tasks like trafficking banner ads, requesting tracking pixels, reconciling client budgets against what the platform under-delivered, and just generally doing a lot of heavy administrative tasks that are not indicative of a strategic and leading-edge digital media buying agency."
"I love being the face of the company and owning the relationship from beginning to end. I wish the role was a little more technical, but unfortunately SMB acquisition leaves little data center needs."
"I love being involved in group benefits. I take pride in consulting with the Human Resources personnel, their employees and the owners of each group and I have great relationships with all carriers. The company is small and the owners are very conservative therefore the book of business is not as heavy as I am used to handling."
"Sales is a tough career, however once you find your groove, it's can be very rewarding."
Update your browser to have a more positive job search experience.Upgrade My Browser