It's been mentioned here a lot, thatpositions that actually bring in the money to the firm are far better regarded than middle-, or gigs.
I was wondering why people never consider exiting into ENTERPRISE SALES positions at tech giants like Cisco, Intel, Microsoft, Oracle, etc...
I understand that it is far from M&A and strategy but the work-life balance must be pretty good and the money also shouldn't be bad.
What do you think? What are the pro's and con's? What makes high-tech enterprise sales less sexy as the other common exit ops, other than irrelevancy to finance?