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CourseCareersLexington, KY
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  • No Experience or Degree Required - Remote Paid Training
  • If you enjoy working with people and getting things done, then you're probably a good fit for a much higher-paying career in technology sales.
  • CourseCareers is a 4-12 week program that trains students online in technology sales and connects them with their first position at a tech company.
  • Best of all is that you don’t need to have a degree or sales experience.
  • On average our students make about $60,000 in their first year and potentially $100,000+ in the following years.
  • If you’re interested in a career in tech sales then click the apply button to go through our free introduction course to learn how you can start your career in tech sales today!
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