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June 17, 2021

12 Top Fixed-Income Sales Jobs for 2021

People are drawn to a sales career for many reasons. One of the top ones is the ability to make a lot of money. But not all sales talent like…

sales recruiter Liz Vixner
Elizabeth Vixner

People are drawn to a sales career for many reasons. One of the top ones is the ability to make a lot of money. But not all sales talent like to work in commission-based roles. Some prefer fixed income sales jobs, or at the very least, they want a job that offers a good base salary with the opportunity to make more through commission.

What Are Fixed Income Sales Jobs?

Fixed income sales jobs, also referred to as no commission sales jobs, are roles where you are paid a salary rather than commission. You are paid a standard salary or hourly wage to complete your work. These types of jobs are appealing to people who like the sales environment and providing customer service without the pressure to meet defined sales numbers and performance metrics.


Why Consider a Salary Only Sales Job?

There are many reasons why some professionals prefer fixed-income sales roles. Here are some of the most common:

  • A fixed paycheck each week
  • Less pressure to sell
  • Other benefits and perks
  • Less stress
  • Structure

12 Top Fixed-Income Sales Jobs for 2021

Are you just breaking into the sales industry? Are you in a commission-based position and ready to try something different? Here is a list of some of the top fixed-income sales jobs to consider this year:

  1. Medical sales representative
  2. Sales consultant
  3. Sales coordinator
  4. Sales software developer
  5. Sales support specialist
  6. Sales customer service representative
  7. Sales office manager
  8. Inside sales representative
  9. Financial sales
  10. Sales development representative
  11. Customer experience advisor
  12. IT sales consultant

This is only a sample of the types of roles available today. There are countless roles within the sales industry that do not have a commission pay structure while still offering a competitive annual salary. So, if you are not into high-pressure commission-based sales jobs, know that there are still a lot of great options for you to consider in the sales industry. Learn more about available opportunities by speaking with our sales recruiting experts.

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sales recruiter Liz Vixner

Elizabeth Vixner

Elizabeth is a sales recruiter that has led and developed multiple top sales teams in Canada in the Automotive, Retail, and Sports Industries. With 6+ years of corporate sales experience, she knows what separates a good salesperson from a great salesperson. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a Specialization in Marketing and Accounting with Honours from the Schulich School of Business at York University.