Sales is a vibrant, challenging and exciting sector to get involved with! If you have a natural talent for selling stuff to other people, it’s a skill that you could build a career out of. For many salespeople, each day is unique and not without its challenges.
The drive and determination of each individual helps them to achieve their goals and targets. Regardless of how difficult they might seem to reach. There are plenty of things that a salesperson can promote.
They could be anything from small, inanimate objects to large buildings and heavy machinery. The latter proves to be a lucrative way of making a living, as companies pay a lot for large industrial machines. As most salespeople get a commission of each sale, they will have a healthy wage to look forward to each month!
It’s important to be strategic in your job interviews, and following up after your interview is especially tricky. Watch the video below to find out what to say in your interview thank you note and when to send it–for both phone interviews and face-to-face interviews.
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Finding those hidden jobs ought to be high on your priority list if you’re serious about a job search. It’s how you discover the jobs the whole world doesn’t know about yet, get there first, and boost your chances of landing it.
In the video below, I tell you why those jobs are “hidden,” and how you can find them:
Objective statements play a key role in the effectiveness of your resume–as long as you handle it well. I strongly disagree with those who preach replacing the objective statement with a summary of qualifications, because they are missing a key opportunity here. In the video below, I’ll tell you why they’re so important and how recruiters and hiring managers see them.