Energy+1 Enters New Territory in Washington DC

With spring upon us, Energy+1 is expanding and entering new territory.

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The company is already established in cities like Pittsburgh, Cleveland and parts of Northern California.

Washington, DC (PRWEB) May 15, 2014

Summary: With spring upon us, Energy+1 is hoping to hire at least 50 new agents by May 2014. The weather is better, and business is thriving.

Spring is a great season for direct sales. The energy industry is booming and there is no better time to get your foot in the door. Washington D.C. is a region that Energy+1 has selectively chosen to work within because of the primary energy deregulation. For the first time ever, Youngstown residents will be able to choose where their energy comes from. For a while, large energy companies who created and sold their own energy completely and solely controlled the energy market. This lead to outrageous prices, where there was no competition – there was nothing to balance out the consumers wants.

In recent years, the United States Government has given the control back to the states. They have given the states the right to deregulate the energy industry and thus release themselves from the grips of the powerful energy companies. This is the greatest shift of power and wealth of our time. Finally, consumers will be able to take the leverage that was missing in this industry since it all began. For more information on energy deregulation, interested applicants can visit http://www.energyplus1.com.

Energy+1 works with some of the largest energy providers in the country to get consumers a fair and steady price. The company is already established in cities like Pittsburgh, Cleveland and parts of Northern California and now they are even expanding into the Washington DC. Energy+1 is excited to hire new team members. They are looking for at least 30 motivated and competitive individuals to make a strong team.

Currently, Energy+1 is hiring applicants in Washington D.C. areas. Team members encourage people to stabilize rates and potentially manage their money easier by switching their utility with Energy+1. It’s a very simple transition, and utilities can be vastly stabilized.

Direct sales have never been easier – we basically switch consumers to cheaper and more consistent alternatives. It costs nothing for the consumer and it is as simple as one phone call. Practically everyone has a utility bill and you can help them by ensuring their rates are stabilized so they won’t have to worry so much about drastic fluctuations every month.

When Energy+1 enters deregulated states, they allow customers to choose their energy and choose their price. For once the choice is in the consumers hands and many times they can find better prices and lower their energy bill. "I made the switch and compared with my previous bill. I saved $21," a satisfied customer said. It’s an exciting time in the energy industry and it’s the perfect opportunity to get a foot in the door.

This job opportunity is a great start for respective sales people and customer service representatives. The company is looking for 30 new hires to help them break into this new market. Unlike many other customer service jobs, this seems to be much more appealing. It has been reported that most individuals make an equivalent of $20 to $30 an hour.

An exciting aspect about an Energy+1 job is that individuals need no prior experience to sales or customer service. This is a great way for individuals who maybe did not receive a higher education, to create a future in the sales industry. We provide all the training needed. Energy+1 also hires veterans who have just left the military and are looking for a place of employment, as E+1 takes pride in hiring those who have served our country.

For those who are excited to start on a new adventure – http://www.energyplus1.com is a great place to start out. There is a lot of additional information about this career on the Energy+1 website.


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