Veterans leaving the service sometimes have trouble finding jobs. We are making it a priority to hire these fine folks and train them to be sales agents.
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (PRWEB) June 26, 2015
The Energy Freedom Project today announced plans to hire 500 military veterans by the end of the year.
Energy deregulation is booming in several states and energy agents are needed to help residential and commercial customers make the switch to lower cost electric and gas providers.
With customers and businesses always looking to cut expenses, the energy deregulation industry is booming and the Energy Freedom Project is looking to meet the demand by hiring America’s bravest.
“Veterans leaving the service sometimes have trouble finding jobs. We are making it a priority to hire these fine folks and train them to be sales agents,” said Army veteran John Nelson, CEO of the Energy Freedom Project.
The company is now hiring applicants through http://www.energyfreedomproject.net, to travel into Illinois, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Hampshire and more for a huge marketing campaign. Energy Freedom Project offers sales consultant positions for every level – from entry to seasoned. Several managerial positions are available as well. The company will train the right candidates who possess a positive attitude and desire to work hard.
“For those eager to do something exciting, adventurous and different at this stage in life or are starting a new chapter, this is the perfect opportunity,” Nelson added.
When Energy Freedom Project agents enters deregulated states, they help customers choose where their energy comes from and they choose their price. Hired agents will consult with customers to save money by switching their energy to lower cost providers.
In a time when minimum wage can’t cover basic living expenses, Energy Freedom Project prides itself on helping people make a living. Not only has the company been quite successful, but the pay has also been very lucrative for the individual agent.
“Hard-working agents can easily make $600-$800 a week to start off,” Nelson said.
Fill out an application online at the Energy Freedom Project.