How Much Money Can I Make in Medical Sales?

MSM-03-How Much Money Can I Make In Medical SalesAsking how much money you can make in medical sales is kind of like asking a question about the number infinity. The truth is, how much you can make depends entirely on you. However, with just a little research you can find out that medical sales reps can make multiple six figure salaries ranging anywhere from $80,000 to $400,000.


According to a 2011 Medical Sales Rep Survey done by MedReps.com you can find out that the average from all forms of medical sales, including medical device sales, pharmaceutical sales, biotech sales, capital equipment sales, and other types of medical sales is $136K.  But, I’m sure you know what “average” means right? Average just simply adds up what all the people surveyed made and divided it by the number who participated in the survey. This hardly gives us a clear picture of how much a medical sales rep can make because some will be way lower than this and some will be way higher than this.

If you’re a great medical sales rep you can make multiple six figures. If you’re not so great you’ll be lucky to make five figures. But, because you’re reading this blog post it is likely that you want to earn multiple six figures. You want to know what you need to do to really stand out as a medical sales rep. You want to do what it takes to make your mark in your career as a medical sales rep. Therefore, it’s likely, just by the fortune you had by landing on this blog post, and this website, that you’re going to make multiple six figures as a medical sales rep by following the tips you’ll find here.

 If you start out as a representative and do well, you’ll soon become a knowledgeable & effective medical sales rep, and you’ll easily be pulling in double the average salary figure in your medical sales career. You just need to find out the steps you need to take each day to make that a reality. If you’re any kind of sales person you know that sales is a numbers game, but you can easily turn the game into your favor by learning the tricks of the trade and educating yourself on how to work smarter, not harder. You’ll learn how to network with the right people, how to find new customers, how to talk to your clients, and how to bring in more business.

 Even entry level sales reps can easily make 75K a year to start. With just a little training you can double that and have the medical sales career you’ve always wanted. You’ll have a plan, a roadmap if you will, that will get you to the place you want to go, which we all know is multiple six figures. So, how much can you make in medical sales? Write down your goal, and then figure out what you have to do to get there. THAT is how much you can make in medical sales.

To Your Success in Medical Sales,

 

W.A. Smith

Medical Sales Mastery

Medical Sales Professional & Blogger

http://www.medicalsalesmastery.com

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About W.A. Smith

W. A. Smith’s primary objective is to teach you how to grow your book of business, increase your commissions, and take your career to the next level. With over 11 years experience in the medical sales community, W. A. Smith has the incredible grasp on how to get into medical sales, how to succeed in medical sales, and how to provide huge value to your team and medical practices. W. A. Smith knows how to streamline, automate, and outsource many of your everyday tasks. Once you have mastered these methods, you will develop a closer relationship with your doctors; the doctors in turn will grant more time to you which ultimately leads to more sales. W. A. Smith is a master in the art of medical sales, and is offering his knowledge and experience through this website.

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