I have a possible job offer to work for a sales consulting firm as a junior-consultant. I applied for the job and received a call the same day for an interview, I attended the interview for 10 minutes and was called back for a second one. The interviewer did not dwell into the specifics of the job duties, but I imagined that a consulting firm gives advice to businesses in how to cut costs. However, after doing more research I am finding that sometimes a "sales-consultant" is the same as a "salesman." I don't want to be selling products to customers like you see in malls. I am really hoping this is not one of those jobs where they want you to cold call people or sell items for commission. Anyone have experience in "consulting" firms or the functions of a "junior consultant?" I assumed when I applied that I would work directly with business officials.