Sell, sell, sell! Yes sales is a money-driven job where you work hard to earn a lot – IF you are good. In America, sales jobs are seen as great careers but we’re a bit behind in the UK with people ‘falling’ into this industry.
However, if you’re confident and persuasive, a sales job can really take you places…
So, what sales industry job can I do?
Depending on your interests, qualifications, experiences and skills there is a huge selection of jobs to choose from.
We take a look at some sales industry job descriptions…
If you've got the gift of the gab and could sell ice to the Eskimos, then a career in telesales is calling you, so better pick up the phone...
Telesales job description
Sales executive and sales director
Sales executives are responsible for making companies money and are considered to be a key part of any business team. During the recession, it was the sales people who lost their jobs last as companies realised the importance of making what money they could. Sales directors oversee entire sales teams and the money can be big. Very big.
Sales executive job description
Sales director job description
Business development manager
As the driving force behind generating new sales leads and contacts, a successful business development manager is a highly-prized asset to any company and bonus-related pay means the financial rewards of this career can be great. Interested? We thought you might be.
Business development manager job description
Anyone who has worked in a company, big or small, will know that management and staff won't always get on. So who helps the relationship between the two? Team leaders of course. Acting in the interests of everyone and more approachable to staff than scary senior management, it's an important role in any business.
Team leader job description
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