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Also, he takes advantage of the short conferences his company holds that emphasized speaking skills. Retail Sales Workers Millions of dollars are spent each day on all types of merchandiseeverything from sweaters and cosmetics to lumber and plumbing supplies. Whether you are buying candy, clothes, or furniture, it is the salespeople in retail stores who help you find what you are looking for. They describe the features of a product, demonstrate its use, or show you various models and colors. If you want to buy a complex or expensive item like a computer, the salesperson has the special knowledge to explain the unique features of different brands and models, the meaning of the manufacturers' specifications, and the types of software on the machine.
An additional benefit of this job was the excellent pay. Melinda received both an hourly wage and a sales bonus, which allowed her to earn from $11 to $12 per hour. On this job, Melinda discovered that she truly loved sales work. While she was still in college, her experience at the store qualified her for another job as counter manager for a cosmetics line at a department store. After college, she became a cosmetics sales manager supervising fifteen employees. Today, she is the manager of the home furnishings and children's apparel departments of a large department store where the only drawback is that she rarely has the opportunity to get back on the floor and sell.
Seven phone lines feed into the console, but even more calls may be awaiting his attention in the phone queue. At busy times, there may be as many as ten calls waiting to be answered. Curiously, automation has made Don's work more personal. Individuals who know the extension numbers of company employees dial them directly, while those who speak to Don usually need information directing them to the correct Page 29 employee to handle their concerns. Most calls are short, usually fifteen seconds or less, but they do require Don to keep current with who is handling different aspects of business at the publishing house.