i have an interview, and they told me its an "commision based" job.
commission based jobs are nothing but acting as a mediator, or working on ideas, what not every thing is business today.
do give an idea to a person and make a deal with him like, whit the idea earns profits the commission/ share is 10% or 20% according to the deal.
in some cases you act like a mediator or promoter of a product like you dont owe it u just promote the product from one person to another and you get some amount for that.
in this way there are sooo many ways of commission businesses
Colleen got it right just to help a bit more some examples of commission based jobs that i know of are: travel agents and sales person in sears or in any department stores or dealers.
u could make a lot of money if you are good at selling stuff and 2 if u r lucky my friend who works at sears told me that.
It means you earn a percentage of sales.
For example, if you work commission in a clothing store and a customer buys a shirt for $100 ... if your commission rate is 30%, you would be paid $30.
You have to be good in sales to be successful with commission.
Oh Okay, Thnkx (: