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Looking to break into a new and lucrative Salesforce career? Fast track your results with the Salesforce Career Development Program by Talent Stacker.

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College Reimagined

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In a time when traditional colleges are struggling and producing lackluster results for graduates, the Talent Stacker Career Development Program has earned a well-deserved reputation for delivering exceptional outcomes. Simply put, it's the fastest and most cost-effective way to launch a professional career in Salesforce.

What is the Career Development Program?

This Career Development Program eliminates the bloat, filler, and wasted time of the traditional college model. We don’t need to fund a football team or maintain a pretty campus—we focus solely on your results. That's the secret. We don't need four years or even two years; we need just 3-6 months to transform you into world-class, job-ready talent. By adopting the best aspects of the collegiate model and leaving behind the inefficiencies, we can get you career-ready faster than it takes someone to finish their orientation class.

Our program is designed for everyone, offering flexible pacing, recorded workshops, and 24/7 community support. With enrollment, you receive lifetime access to the program. Our average member lands a job in roughly 4-6 months, giving you plenty of time, even if you choose to take it slow.

We help more individuals land jobs in Salesforce than any other program in the world, with over 1,000 jobs secured since 2022. It’s as simple as that. Keep reading to understand how we consistently create success for our members.

This learning path includes:

11 courses with over 150 hours of content

Multiple live weekly coaching sessions for group learning and Q&A

Hands-on experience project and 'SOS Help Me' support

Certification support, job search assistance, interview, and personal branding training

Soft skill training highly valued by employers

The fastest, most cost-effective way to start a career in Salesforce

Verified skills you'll gain
Data Mastery
Data and Process Optimization
Strategic Thinker
Strategic Analysis and Reporting
Fundamental Skills
Analytical Skills
Soft Skills
Communication and Problem-Solving
Tools you'll use
Salesforce Setup Menu
Process Automation Tools
Reports and Dashboards
Data Management Tools
Security Tools



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Interested in learning more about how to start your Salesforce career? Register for our informational webinar below and hear directly from our team on how the Salesforce Career Development Program can support you on your journey.


1000+ Jobs Landed in Under 2 Years

Talent Stackers Are Valued as the
Highest Quality Entry Ready Talent in World

Jackie Launched Her Salesforce Career in 6 Months
Josie Launched Her Salesforce Career in 6 months
Daniel Webb | Landing a Dream Job as a Consultant
Brothers Transition to Salesforce Careers
Nyaradzai | Landing a Salesforce job in Zimbabwe
Mother and Daughter - Salesforce Duo
Sisters-in-law find Salesforce Success
Jennifer lands Salesforce role in Zimbabwe
Justin and Jennifer
Anurag and Akhilaa
Hever and Shaniqua
Alumni Success Round Table
Eric Launched His Career in 10 Weeks

Who is the program for?

Recent Grads: Those seeking to enter the Salesforce workforce.

Career Transitioners: Professionals looking to pivot to a Salesforce career.

Certified Individuals: Those who are certified but struggling to translate that certification into a Salesforce career.

Re-entrants: People trying to reenter the workforce in a different career after a significant break in work history.

What is included in the program?

1. Skills Assessment and Career Planning

Personalized skills assessment to identify strengths and areas for improvement.

Career planning sessions to outline career goals and develop a roadmap to achieve them.

2. Weekly Live Group Coaching and Instructor-Led Training

Weekly Q&A Sessions: Live group coaching to address questions and provide personalized guidance.

Instructor-Led Training: Focus on not only passing the Salesforce Administrator certification but also on becoming a high-performing Salesforce Administrator.

Structured Learning: A university-like approach with structured courses and live interaction to ensure comprehensive understanding and practical application.

3. Extensive Learning Resources

150+ Hours of Content: Access to a vast library of training materials.

Exclusive Live Training Summaries: Summarized content from exclusive live training events to keep your knowledge cutting-edge and aligned with employer needs.

4. Community Support

Engage with a community of Salesforce professionals for networking, collaboration, and mutual support.

Access to forums, discussion groups, and peer support to enhance your learning experience.

5. Job Search Support

Resume and cover letter writing assistance tailored to Salesforce roles.

Interview preparation and practice sessions.

Job search strategies and resources to find and apply for relevant positions.

6. Practical Experience

Internship and project opportunities to gain experience.

Access to case studies and hands-on projects to apply learned skills.

What careers does the program help me land?

The Talent Stacker Career Development Program is focused on helping individuals start a career in Salesforce, usually in roles such as:

Salesforce Administrator

Salesforce Business Analyst

Additionally, we have had members successfully begin their careers with other titles such as:

Salesforce Market Cloud Specialist

Salesforce Consultant

What is the long-term demand for Salesforce professionals?

Salesforce administrators are currently the most sought-after CRM professionals in the market, and they will continue to be in demand well into the next 10 years and beyond.

The reason for this persistence in demand is that once a company uses the Salesforce platform, it almost never leaves.

Here’s why.

First of all, any CRM takes weeks and months to get completely set up, and once it is set up, it will become core to that company’s operation almost immediately. If a company has already picked the Salesforce platform, it would risk sacrificing its business operations if it switched Salesforce off.

Second, it would take months and several hundreds of thousands of dollars to do a migration, and there is no guarantee that there would be any tangible benefit. Instead, companies prefer to work with a third-party Salesforce developer to create the specific functionality that is needed.

In essence, it is always more effective and efficient to work within the Salesforce ecosystem, than to migrate to another system.

Over time, if a company is innovative and using Salesforce to its fullest potential, it is constantly adding onto it with more automations, and bringing in more employees to use this tool and into other processes of the business.

The fact that a company already has Salesforce that works so well for it, and have put so much time, energy and resource hours into making Salesforce its one-stop shop, is the reason companies are unlikely to quit Salesforce.

And that means Salesforce professionals will continue to be the most sought-after CRM resource well into the future.

That’s why Salesforce created a free training platform called Trailhead, because they need to lower the barrier of entry as low as possible to get new resources trained and to meet the demand for Salesforce professionals.

What is the starting pay for new Salesforce professionals?

Entry-level Salesforce professionals can expect to make between $60,000 to $85,000 a year, even if they have never heard of Salesforce prior to getting certified.

If they have a sales background, or maybe they have worked in a marketing department or have some other kind of relevant skill, they may earn around $72,000 to $90,000.

How important is a college degree for Salesforce professionals?

College has some bearing to getting a job as a Salesforce professional, but it is a secondary or even tertiary consideration.

More important to recruiters than a college degree are the Salesforce certifications that you have earned, as well as any previous Salesforce experience you may have, such as volunteering with a non-profit.

At that point, it is Salesforce expertise that is more interesting to a company, and how a candidate can use that expertise to increase the revenue for the business.

What does a Salesforce professional’s career trajectory look like?

A Salesforce career is one that is fast-moving because there isn’t enough Salesforce talent to meet the needs of an ever-growing demand.

A junior person within the ranks of Salesforce professionals is usually someone who has less than 3 years of experience.

From year 3 and on, a Salesforce professional becomes an intermediate or even expert–level resource, and once they get past year 5, it’s as good as getting tenure.

So, a new person can expect around $55,000 – $70,000 a year, even without technical expertise or a college degree.

Then, in the second year, that amount goes up to between $80,000 to $90,000, and in the third year, it will likely be at least $100,000 a year.

Around year 5, you’ll probably tap out at about $130,000 to $150,000 as a full-time individual.

But if this person leaves the company and joins a Salesforce consulting firm, they can push the income up to the $150,000 to $180,000 range.

And if they go into business for themselves and do freelance Salesforce consulting, that amount can go up to $200,000 to $300,000.

Ok, it’s clear that Salesforce can be a fun and lucrative career. But is it a good fit for me?

The first thing to consider is whether this is even something you want to be doing, something that you would even mildly enjoy.

Does the idea of thinking about the way a business works appeal to you?

How a business targets new leads, and how it nurtures that relationship whenever a form is filled, a call is made, an email is sent? How a business figures out if the lead is a good fit for its product or service? How that product or service is sold, and how support is provided after the sale?

If you think getting a better understanding or getting involved in that process could be even slightly fun or interesting, then you are great fit for a Salesforce career.

The other thing is, you need to make sure you understand the career path, and that you want to be involved in the tech space in general.

Then, join the free 5-Day Salesforce Challenge, where you’re going to get walked through exactly how to get set up on the free Trailhead training site by Salesforce, and how to dip your toes in and figure out your first steps.

And by the time you get to Day 5 of the Challenge, you will have a really good idea if you have a future in Salesforce.

How long does the program last?

The Talent Stacker Career Development Program is designed for maximum efficiency, with most students landing a new job on average in 6 months.

We also offer a lifetime guarantee, ensuring you have access to the career development program and weekly training indefinitely. This means that if you need to slow down, go at a different pace, or even take a break, you will still have our support. We are committed to working with you until you have successfully landed that job.

Can I get a refund if I am not satisfied with the program?

Can I get a refund if I am not satisfied with the program?

Yes, Talent Stacker offers a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. If the program isn't what you hoped for, you can request a refund within the first 30 days. For more details, please refer to the refund policy on our website.

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