Commission in a Sentence

Definition of Commission

an amount of money given as a payment from the company for completing a business deal

Use Commission in a sentence

Once the saleslady rung up the multiple items at the retail store, she smiled because she would make a hefty commission from the sale.

Instead of being paid a salary, the job only paid by commission which frustrated the new employee.

The customers knew that they would get excellent service at the car dealership because the salesman was paid on commission.

Earning the commission from the real estate transaction meant that the realtor made more money this year than the last four years combined.

Since Karen was not really good at convincing people to buy anything, she realized she would not make much money due to the job only paying a commission.

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