Is there a rule amongst people who sell cars that you have to jump around and work for at least 4-5 different dealerships in your career? What is it with this profession...every guy I have dealt with has jumped around different places. Is there no longevity at one place anymore?
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I've never worked at a car dealership so I can't answer exactly. However, what I have noticed is that if you work in a small-medium sized business and you want better pay/benefits/etc then your best chance of getting that is moving to another company. I know it sounds weird. You'd think you would be rewarded for loyalty especially in smaller companies where you have a personal relationship with the owner, however that's not what I've found. Perhaps that is the reason for their progression as well.0