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Where can I work that has a sales position and works of commission?

I really want to work at Guitar Center but they don't want to hire anyone without sales experience. I applied for Radio Shack but I don't want to waste my time on applying for just job. So what are some other stores I can work at to get a commission sales position? A list of stores you can think of is what I'm looking for, thanks.

Asked By: brianthemusicman1 - 11/27/2006
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Most sales postions are commission sales. Many departments stores, all car lots, telemarketing.
Answered By: Dale Feekes - 11/27/2006
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Jewelry stores and car lots.
Answered By: maggiepirsq - 11/27/2006
 
desears.. electronics and appliances.. or carlots
Answered By: Izz - 11/27/2006
 
I just fell into a position like that. At a car dealership. I imagine you'd make more money selling cars that guitars but who knows. So I'd suggest a car dealership, if you can get in with no experiance. Kind of a catch 22. A retail store might work too. You could call that sales experiance.
Answered By: Brandon T - 11/27/2006
 
also look into RVs and motorhome sales
Answered By: upside down - 11/27/2006
 
I would suggest getting into multi-level marketing if you really need some hard core sales experience without having to apply for a job that you might not get hired for. The only downside to that is the regstration fees and double-talk and lies that they expect you to present as the "truth". They also encourage you to... More
Answered By: Joe K - 11/27/2006
 
Well you can get your own cell phone website and make at least $50 per sale, no upfront fees or investment costs, completely free! http://excelyourbiz.com/workfromhome.html
Answered By: Stephanie - 11/27/2006
 
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