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Been thinking, and the highest paying entry-level flying job I've ever applied/interviewed for was Helislave at $2,000 a month. Where I currently work driving a truck, the starting pay is just over $21 bucks an hour. So, if I worked at my current job the same number of hours that Freddy shackled me in for I'd actually make just over $5,000 a month,...and that's with a lunch break! Of course this is only five days a week and at Helislave you had to be willing to come in on your days off, for no extra pay of course, whereas if I had to come in on Saturday at my current job,...I'd make more money! ,...just some food stamps for thought
I am doing marketing and sales for new helicopters, but we don't have any idea how to figure out how much to get paid when selling the helicopters. Any idea what someone will usually get paid for doing the sales, and what amount of commission they would receive per helicopter that they sell?