Sales in general
Be warned - job market has slowed considerably as companies are not making sales goals. The younger you are the easier it is to change but the real factor is whether you know someone that can get you in. Applying like crazy to everything that hits a job board is a great waste of time. Knowing someone that can get you in is the biggest help.
Other things to keep in mind - you are starting over which means 2 to 3 weeks vacation. It's a shock to some to realize they have to show up to work all summer long. While we think we are multi-skilled in the non-teaching sector we are often viewed as classroom teachers which they don't see as having skills to manage adults, projects, or budgets. Also, while a number of positions are remote more and more companies are going back to the office, (heard of a refrigerant company with 5k employees is going 100% back to the office January 1), offices are opening back up, (though I also know of an accounting firm that just told their employees they were giving up the lease on their space and everyone would be remote so come take anything you want from your office or they will auction it off), but not all.
Know what you want and why you are leaving. The real world has its advantages. But so does teaching. And if you only have 10 to 15 years left to work and are leaving for money don't. You won't make up the difference in that time and you certainly won't work your way into management which is where the real money is.