What are the differences between a conventional Job & Network Marketing?
Well the first main difference is that in Network Marketing you will be self-employed whereas in a Job you will be employed by an Employer. Essentially in MLM or Network Marketing you are running your own business selling or promoting the products & services of the
The next main difference is in the way that you are paid. In the case of Job you will be contracted to work a set amount of hours per week & you will be paid an “hourly rate” for those hours. Don’t however make the mistake of thinking that you are paid x per hour, you are not, you are paid for the work that you produce in those hours, otherwise you could just sit at home & collect your pay at the end of the week or month. In Network Marketing you will be paid for sales you make, for referring people to your company’s services & for introducing other reps to act for your
Another major difference is in Time Management, as above in a Job you are contracted to work a set amount of hours per week, you will more than likely be told what those hours are i.e 9 till 5 & you will be told when you can take time off for holidays. In Network Marketing you manage your own time, you choose when & where you work & when you take your holidays. In a Job you will also have a “place of work” or a “territory”, in Network Marketing you are free to work wherever your
Pay Scales are totally different in Jobs as oppose to Network Marketing. In a Job you will generally have a pay scale for the type of job you are doing, there will be a minimum & a maximum for your particular position depending upon your experience, to move up in the pay scale you will generally have to achieve a promotion or change jobs. In Network Marketing everyone has the chance to earn as much as possible, whilst there may be “promotions” to a higher level people will not have to wait for someone to leave or die before they can move “up the ladder”. Indeed in
The one area where Jobs & Network Marketing is similar is in their structures, this is totally contrary to popular belief. The term “Pyramid” is often associated ( and in a derogatory sense ) with