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Are You Hiring the Right Talent?

7 questions To ask yourself when interviewing recent grads for a sales position

There’s plenty of advice out there for candidates seeking a first-time sales job, but there’s not much guidance for the person interviewing them.

The fact is, making first-time hires requires a special kind of expertise. 

Entry-level candidates can be economical hires, who are easily groomed, and don’t come with the bad habits of a seasoned salesperson.

However, you need to know what to look for, and the questions to ask to make sure you successfully fit the right people with the right positions. With that in mind, here are seven critical questions to ask yourself when interviewing a Millennial for a sales position. 

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7 Questions To Ask Yourself When Interviewing Recent Grads For A Sales Position

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