Where to go after being a sales manager?

My brother has been a sales manager for a large retail chain, selling electronics and large appliances for 4 years. Prior to that he was a sales manager for Circuit City for 3 years. He has decided he is DONE with retail. He is looking for a job with better hours. He does not have a college degree and cannot get one with his current scedule, but is willing to go back to school if he can get his hours down to around 40 with consistant days off. He's very smart and has done a great job for his employer, the only problem is the hours. What kind of jobs are available for someone with lots of experience with technology, sales and management but with no degree to back it up. The pay has to be atleast 40K and that would be taking a 10 to 15K pay cut for him.] Can anyone make any suggestions for a career move? You obviosly didn't understand the question. I know what's next if he stays with his current employer, but he wants out of retail!

Asked By: roxiecat4200 - 11/12/2006
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Answered By: Do What - 11/12/2006
I think department manager would be next. and in the circuit city scenario. It would probably be store manager.
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