What is the part time job opportunity during study in Germany. Can any one please tell me?
I've been shy ever since I can remember even though most people consider me attractive, smart, and capable. I'm a 22 year old male and all of my life I have been told of my "potential" and how I need to avoid being complacent. If you saw me walking down the street most people would just assume I had lots of friends and got lots of girls. The reality is that I pretend this is the case because my pride prevents me from accepting help from other people and admitting how hard it is for me to connect with people. I have a paralyzing fear of judgment. I excelled in high school but part of the reason I dropped out of college was because I was unable to make any friends or "fit in." I hide in my room and think all day instead of throwing myself into society and seeing what happens. This is in spite of the fact that I work as a commission salesperson and my job requires me to work intimately with people and families every single day. Most people wouldn't know I was shy because I have learned ways to hide my slightly trembling hands, and quietly wiping away my sweating brow. I know that I can be happy, successful, productive and satisfied if only I could overcome my paralyzing shyness. If I could just conquer this one thing my horizons would be so much brighter. I am looking for ways to get over my shyness, techniques to defeat my fear of judgement, and advice on becoming more confident and outgoing.
Hi! I'm planning to look for a job as a part-time salesperson at shops in shopping centers. What is an okay hourly rate to ask for/ expect? I have no prior job experience, and it's going to be a temp job just for school holidays...
I am taking a degree and want to know what jobs i can get with all three degrees combined or separate on their own.
Salespeople are obviously judged in large part by their numbers. Are there any other areas you advise sales folks get involved with to enhance their profile for future employers?
I am in school working on my business degree and have a project coming up and need to find a job i will be intrested in sometime in the future. I have a few ideas now but would like some more.
I'm thinking of becoming a liscensed real estate salesperson as a second job. Once I get my license, is it possible to only work nights and weekends? Also, are most jobs commision only on property sold? If so that is why I'm hesitant to quit my day job. Any other information about what to expect once I'm licensed would really help.
I may have the opportunity to be trained and paid by a very reputable company to sell insurance to senior citizens. Should I persue this job? I just got laid off my position at a start up company as a manager. I have what it takes to be a good sales person, I'm just not sure if this is a good gig or not.
In response to my first answer: I need a job. I just lost mine in this economy.
Hey, I work in the cell phone industry in MI (highly over-saturated). I work as a sales rep, so people come in, have questions about phones, it's my job to approach them, answer questions, and try to close sales.
I personally think I'm efficient at what I do. However, I do believe my major weakness is being AGGRESSIVE when I try to close deals. It's not that I'm shy or anything, just that a lot of times, there will be long moments of silence, and I feel I have wasted an opportunity to close the deal. Other times, I feel as if I had lost a sale, simply because of the fact I wasn't "pushy" enough, but in part, the problem is, (in my mind) that a "pushy" salesperson is annoying, and I try not to have that look. Do I know what the hell I'm talking about?
Any tips, or links to websites that have tips on this subject? Thanks.
Ok so I'm 16 and Ive been applying at so many jobs and I FINALLY got an interview at Sears and I want to do really good at the job interview so I can get the job ! Any tips or answers to the questions they'll ask that will sound really good ?
I recently got a job at state farm working as a Team Member part time. What type of money can i make working here? Anyone worked for an agent before with them?
What qualifications are needed to be a store manager? Is a university degree must etc.? What about job experience?
I am interested in a local company where I live to sell Kirby vacuums. I was just wondering how much you actually make. In the ad it says 400 a week, but I also looked over the internet, and it says people have never received their check should I try to get into this company or stick with my current job which is Sears?
I am working to obtain my real estate salesperson license. I have a full time job from Monday-Thurs. I know many people work in real estate part time but is working only one full day during the week just a bad idea? I will of course keep my weeknights and weekends open. I would appreciate any advice. Thank you!
I speak English and Spanish fluently and I have taken French for 2 years now what would be the best job for me and what would be the best major for me?
I'm 17, I have had no work experience but I'm considering applying for a job this summer at:
a shoestore as a part-time salesperson, at a salon
Looking for part time and full time receptionists at a fun, fast-paced salon,
I'm extremely friendly and seem older than I actually am. I know I could handle these jobs, but do you think they would take me seriously even with no work experience?
What is the highest paying retail company. There is a job expo at my school and I wanted to know what job I should apply for ?
I know they are all over the country. I looked online and there's job openings, but they never said what wages were. I would be the person behind the counter selling reeds, music instruction books, and recommending instruments and cases to people. Anyone know?
10 points to best answer!!!
Serious answers only.
I will interview with a successful direct mail marketing company looking for an Advertising Salesperson tomorrow...Any good words of wisdom?
I think asking for tips from others is an excellent way to improve my ability to impress an interviewer
I have a B.S. in Mass Communications with an emphasis in advertising. I am fresh out of college, have excellent references from my professors but no outside sales experience. I have worked at my campus' bookstore (sales associate/receiving) and at a hotel front desk.
The company is very successful. I look forward to receiving their mailings because they are packed with coupons for restaurants, hotels, etc. They have expanded all over two states (starting from a small market.)
There is almost no need for education to be a real estate agent. For how long can this job survive before becoming obsolete?