We often hear pro-Mary Kay women (and their brainwashed husbands) rave that there are millions of women who have had wonderful experiences as consultants, so the company must be fantastic. Are women quitting Mary Kay because it was everything they wanted and more, and because they were making money doing it?
Or do they quit because they are dissatisfied and are not making money?
Here are some numbers and facts that I pulled together for Pink Truth, my consumer education site about Mary Kay.
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With more than 43,000 real estate agents in Toronto, choosing the right one might seem like a daunting task.
Mary Kay simply picks a point in time and says “Today we have X consultants.” In the United States, there were 500,000 consultants in 2001. Worldwide the numbers have been growing quite a bit faster.
(Hence the push to open new markets like India and the Czech Republic.) In 2002, there were 950,000 consultants worldwide. Here’s where it gets interesting and where we find out the truth about the number of consultants that Mary Kay Cosmetics churns each year.