Kundrod, who formerly worked as an internal project manager for an e-learning company, began to suspect in February she might lose her job. That’s when she began selling Mary Kay cosmetics as a precaution to guard against lost income.
“Mary Kay started as a plan B for me,” Kundrod said. “And I did lose my job in June. And so, it quickly became a plan A. And so I really just haven’t looked back, and it’s been great, and I’ve been able to support myself with it.”
Kundrod says her income per hour with Mary Kay is comparable to what she made at her last job. She’s also found satisfaction in helping women look and feel their best.
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