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To maintain my anonymity, I won't mention what kind of product I sell but it's in the tech space and our company is publicly -traded. I was an SDR for over a year until I was finally "promoted" to a Channel SDR position (I use quotes because although I got a base pay raise of $5 per hr, the position was essentially the same level of work)
In this new role, I rarely get a single inbound call, I am the only rep qualifying SMB & Mid-market leads, and I only sell to Canada & LATAM. As an SDR1, I sold to the US and was producing way more revenue for the company than now. For reference, my last quarter as an SDR1 before "promotion", I sold $245K by myself and we surpassed quota as a team of 3. Now since joining channel, my highest quarter yet has been $71k and my bonuses as significantly less than they were as an SDR1 (for obvious reasons)
I feel cheated out of time I could have spent building my numbers as an SDR1 to move to an enterprise SDR role and avoiding the bs in Channel.
What kind of pay should I expect given my situation and experience?
TLDR: I used to produce higher sales numbers before I was promoted to a slightly higher - paying role but now my numbers are trash and I want to leave my company. I currently make $62,500 base and $1,500-$3,000 in quarterly commissions + employee stock (only have $10K since working 2 years here.) and want to make more elsewhere. What's a reasonable comp to expect at a new company in the tech space?