Just out of interest what academic qualifications i.e. GCSEs, A-Levels, Btecs, Degrees, etc. would I need to enable me to become a regional sales manager in a major retail outlet, or maybe just a sales manager. Really interested please let me know, because this is the career path I would love to go down. I love people, loving talking, however I'm still in my final year of gcse study and was thinking to go through with sales when I leave college??
I've tried the usual corporate websites going directly through HR. I have almost 15 years experience on the retail side of auto sales - I even had a regional sales manager for Nissan submit my resume to Nissan with a reference and didn't even get a call! Is there someone who works for a manufacturer that could share their secret to getting a job?
I'm compiling a list of regional and national sales managers for various hotels and am not finding much info at each individual website. Does anyone know of a membership organization or SOME website that might have a compilation for contact info on these people?
What are the different jobs that are available in airlines? i am not really interested in being a pilot or an air hostess.Any other line of work besides these two?And also please state the academic qualifications.
I would like to know what kind of six figure jobs require allot of traveling? I also would like to know the amount of schooling needed, and how in demand that particular job is.
Semantics with titles?
I currently work at a corporation run restaurant. I started in the kitchen and within 8 months have learned things that people there years have never learned. I'm the hardest worker and I'll be graduating college in under a year. The assistant general manager and the regional supervisor ABOVE the general manager of the restaurant are both on board with me becoming an assistant manager. However, the general manager of this restaurant is taking his time and is trying to make things seem fair because I've advanced so quickly; even though I deserve it. I've contemplated designing a written paper to my general manager voicing all of the opinions and facts that are surrounding every reason why I should be getting this promotion. Does anyone have any ideas for me? The restaurant is Vinny T's of Boston, if that helps anyone.
I would LOVE to work for a professional sports team (NBA, MLB, NFL, etc.) However, I don't really know what kinds of jobs are out there for that. Any suggestions?
I am thinking about getting an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Business Management. What type of jobs could I do with this type of degree? Anything and everything you can think of would be great! Thanks!!
I am writing a paper as if I am 20-years-old and the year is 1955. What kind of education/ training would I need to get a job in radio broadcasting during this year? I am 20 years old now but was born in 1990, so this kind of information I am not sure of. Any help is appreciated!
I'm 19 years old so I'm old enough to get the job, however I do not have any prior work experience. I play bass guitar for my band and can also play guitar, a little bit of drums, and can sing so I know about instruments and stuff. I'm just wondering what kind of questions they will ask in the interview. Also how much of a discount do I get for working there and what would be the pay?
I have an interview for the assistant manager position at an all girls store. I'm already a sale assosciate there, and the DM already prepared me with some questions for the regional manager. One of them is:
"How would you react if one of your employees weren't listening to you and not doing their job?"
I am trying to decide between becoming a dental assistant or getting my associates in travel/tourism/hospitality. I have narrowed it down, now I need to know what are the realistic job opportuniites with an associates in travel/hospitality. Could I be a hotel manager? Where would I most likely find a job and what are the salary ranges I can expect?
For the job? A personal letter, well worded to the CEO in NY? Or do you think this would be overstepping boundaries?
Again, a worldwide major company, the position is somewhere else (where I live in America). The application process allowed for a cover letter which I submitted.
But I really really want this job.
So would it seem bold and courageous, or creepy and overstepping?
Something in the lines of Data Entry, My house is too loud during the day for a Phone job,and I would like something I don't have to pay or sell anything.Please Help.Need the extra money.
Thanx in advanced.
I would like to get some sort of bachelors degree in business, but what are some jobs I could get from this?
I want to get a job as a weaponsmith working for gander mountain or cabelas or something but i would like to know what they look for and they wont tell me straight up so i figure i'd ask here. All i have going for me in the field is that im 2 years in the national guard and i am a military weaponsmith.
I just got a promotion in my job and niow I'm the new Regional Sales Manager but one member of my team (a sales rep. that works in the company since the company was founder) is not reposning my calls, e-mails, it's a lady and she doesn't accept me and is not respecting me , what can I do on this particular case ?
I've listed out a couple here; I'm pretty sure I want to work in the retail or food service CORPORATE industry. There are a bunch of job titles for entry level employees, which include:
So..... which should I pick if I want to eventually become a regional manager (one who manages a lot of stores/sales)?
I was asked to go in tomorrow and fill out an application from the regional manager... But I am currently an independant contractor with another portrait studio as a sales associate and i hate this job.. i want to be a photographer... please someone tell me about how much would i be getting paid with olan mills, and if i should make the switch! Thanks!