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Marc Cenedella
  June 9, 2021

These are the Best Cities, Companies to Find a Six-Figure Sales Job

New York, NY (May 25, 2021) – Data collected from over 50,000 employers shows which North American cities have the highest percentage of high-paying sales jobs available. Ladders, Inc. collects extensive employment data weekly. CEO Marc Cenedella said, “The economy is revving up and our Ladders data shows sales professionals are in high demand right now. Many job-seekers will be surprised to see they don’t necessarily have to commit to a big city to reach their income goals. The list includes many small and mid-sized markets.” 

 

The chart below includes Ladders, Inc. data on the cities with the highest percentage of their total six-figure jobs available in sales. 

 

City

Percentage of the city’s total high paying jobs available in sales

Odessa-Midland, TX

24.53%

Corpus Christi, TX

19.21%

Tallahassee, FL

18.02%

Jackson, MS

16.28%

London, ON

15.72%

Little Rock, AK

15.72%

Butte, MT

15.44%

Charleston, WV

15.32%

New Orleans, LA

14.52%

Birmingham, AL

14.51%

Data Courtesy: Ladders, Inc.

 

Sales Salaries
The chart below includes Ladders, Inc. data on the companies with the highest percentage of sales jobs that pay at least $100,000. Percentage figures indicate the percent of the company’s total six-figure jobs available in sales.

 

Company

Percentage of Six-Figure Jobs Available in Sales

Champion

99.13%

BSN Sports

97.44%

LocalVox Media

97.09%

Bath Planet

96.88%

Amplify Health

90.24%

Herc Rentals

88.37%

US LBM

79.71%

Momentum Solar

76.12%

Paycor, Inc.

71.64%

Myovant Sciences Ltd.

71.59%

 

About Ladders, Inc.

Ladders, Inc., is the number one career site for professionals seeking six-figure jobs and ongoing vocational enrichment. Ladders services (including Apply4Me, Ladders Premium, and Ladders News) make top-end professionals’ lives easier. Ladders has more than 9 million members who use the platform to manage, market and move up in their careers. Learn more at TheLadders.com.