what's the difference between sales associate and sales specialist?

Asked By: - 11/17/2009
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i would guess a sales specialist has more training in some field or with some item say home theater systems. this would be there primary area and would focus on this. as a sales associate is just a fancy name for any basic employee that has gone through the very little training
Answered By: Go Aalanche! - 11/18/2009
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