All of the following are nonfinancial rewards salespeople experience EXCEPT A

All of the following are nonfinancial rewards

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88. All of the following are nonfinancial rewards salespeople experience EXCEPT: A. job knowledge. B. job satisfaction.C. club memberships.D. positive self-worth.E. customer appreciation. Answer: cLearning Objective: 01-05Topic: Why Choose a Sales Career?Blooms: UnderstandAACSB: Level of Difficulty: MediumYou can buy the complete file from
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Full file at -charles-futrell.htmlExplanation: Club memberships and company cars are examples of financial rewards. Feelingjob satisfaction and positive self-worth are nonfinancial rewards associated with sales jobs.89. Which of the following is NOT an example of a financial reward that a salesperson could receive? 90. According to the text, there are several questions you should ask yourself as you decide whether a career in sales is appropriate for you. Which one of the following is LEAST relevant to deteriming whether a career in sales is best for you? A. How much freedom do I want in a job?B. Do I have the personality characteristics for the job?C. Am I willing to transfer to another city?D. Do I mind traveling for work?E. How much money do I want to earn?91. According to the text, a(n) ________ test can be a useful tool for determining if a career insales is appropriate for you.You can buy the complete file from
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Full file at -charles-futrell.htmlBlooms: RememberAACSB: Level of Difficulty: EasyExplanation: Job aptitude tests help show a person’s career interests. Cognitive and physical tests indicate a person’s intellectual and physical strengths but are less relevant to determiningwhether a career in sales is suitable.
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