Yes and no. Yes in the sense that you can work with experienced individuals who will mentor you. I had the best mentor in the office (unfortunately, and sadly, he has since passed away). However, the mentorship typically comes at a price. In other words, your mentor will likely ask for a percentage of the sale (typically 25%). Often times this isn't a big deal because the average sale pays about $6k. So if your mentor can help you close two sales per month then you still make good money while you learn the business and eventually you will be able to do everything on your own.