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Graduate/Trainee Sales (no experience) Sales is the best way to embark on a career.  If your ambition is senior management or running a business you will require sales experience at some point in your career.  There is an enormous choice available to sales graduates and often the roles include a formal development scheme which could include formally recognised qualifications.  Salaries typically range from £14K to £25K. 

Sales Associate Salary (United Kingdom)


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