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  • Sales jobs: 90.6% of female leavers are changing companies

    New figures show 90.6 per cent of staff turnover among women is due to females applying for new positions such as sales jobs.Figures published by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and CELRE has found that the number of women leaving or changing their jobs is at 4.3 per cent, the lowest... [more...]

  • Consumers want people in sales jobs to be knowledgeable

    People looking for sales jobs should be knowledgeable and ready to help when things go wrong, according to a consumer watchdog.A report from Which? said that some retail sales companies are trying to impress customers even more in the economic downturn.Jaclyn Clarabut, assistant editor of... [more...]

  • Electronic sales jobs boosted by Nokia laptop

    Nokia's announcement that it is going to diversify into the netbook market could be good news for electronics sales jobs, as more workers could be needed to manufacture its new ground-breaking product.The Booklet 3G is Nokia's first attempt to enter this emerging market and sales jobs could be... [more...]

  • Graduate sales jobs 'need to be preserved'

    Companies should look to hire recent university leavers, according to one expert, who said that graduates bring benefits to sales jobs that cannot be found elsewhere.Chris Morrall, recruitment management specialist at Talent Transitions, said that graduates are a long-term investment for... [more...]

  • IT sales jobs 'should be retained'

    Companies that do not want to lose productivity during the economic downturn should retain IT sales jobs as any redundancies will slow down work, according to one expert.Gerry McLaughlin of the portal for IT contractors, ITContractor.com, said companies that cut IT sales jobs are choosing a... [more...]

  • Engineering sales jobs boosted by RAF scheme

    The Royal Air Force (RAF) has agreed a multi-million pound contract with a maintenance firm which could help bolster engineering sales jobs in the UK.Panavia won the £28 million contract to look after the Tornado GR4 aircraft, which the RAF said is still one of the "most capable ground... [more...]

  • Sales jobs: Govt pledges extra support for workplace mental health

    The government has pledged that it will be doing more to keep people with mental health issues in the workplace, those applying for sales jobs may be interested to discover.Jim Knight, minister for employment and welfare reform, has announced new measures including introducing new experts in... [more...]

  • Graduate sales jobs 'a form of long-term investment'

    Companies look at graduate sales jobs as a form of long-term investment, meaning they are unlikely to cut back in this area, an expert asserts.Chris Morrall, recruitment management specialist at Talent Transitions, claims that many organisations would be unable to stop these processes.He says... [more...]

  • Media sales jobs 'are on the road to recovery'

    Media sales jobs are slowly recovering, according to one expert, who said that the advertising sector in particular should be back in the black by 2010.Rae Burdon, chief operating officer at The Advertising Association, said that the sector is very tough because it is so competitive and he... [more...]

  • IT sales jobs bolstered by positive predictions

    IT sales jobs will recover strongly in the third quarter of the year, according to one organisation, which said that companies are now concentrating on how they can increase business rather than save money.The Chartered Institute of Personnel and KPMG said in their quarterly report that IT... [more...]

  • Sales jobs: Young people need to be entrepreneurial

    Labour needs to provide work placements for young people trying to get into sales jobs, according to one organisation, which said that under 19s need to be entrepreneurial in order to impress employers.The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development said that 16 to 18-year-olds need the... [more...]

  • REC: Sales jobs candidates should concentrate on their CV

    A leading organisation has advised candidates for sales jobs to ensure they focus on building up their CVs. The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has highlighted the importance of flexibility and being prepared to fight for positions in the competitive jobs market. Kevin Green,... [more...]

  • New slim-lined PlayStation 3 could appeal to staff in sales jobs

    The PlayStation 3 console is undergoing a price cut, which could appeal to those doing well in their sales jobs and with commission to spend. Sony has announced that a new version of the console will be available at £249.99 from September, with a 120GB hard disc and a slim design. It will... [more...]

  • Sales jobs: Looking good on a budget

    People applying for sales jobs do not have to spend a fortune ahead of an interview, according to one expert who said expensive clothes will not help by themselves.Former presenter of the Channel Four makeover show 10 Years Younger, Nicky Hambleton-Jones, said that the huge range of budget... [more...]

  • New loan fund gives boost to sales jobs

    More than £500,000 has been distributed to north-west businesses who are struggling to get commercial funding, which will bolster sales jobs in the region.The Northwest Transitional Loan Fund (TLF), which is made up of funding from the European Regional Development Fund programme and the... [more...]

  • One in five sales jobs applicants lie on their CV

    Nearly one in five sales jobs candidates attempt to deceive their prospective employer through their CV, a new study shows.Research published by Powerchex says that there has been an increase of seven per cent in the proportion of people trying to lie or mislead using this document, a rise of... [more...]

  • Construction sales jobs boosted by new scheme

    A new £16 million project to help tackle surface water flooding could be good news for sales construction jobs as at-risk areas around the country develop new defences.The improvements are being made now by the government because it believes flooding could become more prevalent as climate... [more...]

  • Sales jobs: Family holidays are more popular

    People searching for sales jobs could be interested in the recent rise in popularity of traditional family holidays as more people look to enjoy time together despite the recession.Kate Kenward, executive director at the Association of Independent Tour Operators (AITO), said that families will... [more...]

  • Sales jobs: FRAs look to buy new services

    A new procurement strategy from the UK's Fire and Rescue Authorities (FRAs) could give a boost to sales jobs as the organisation said it is committing to buying new goods and services over the next three years.The Department for Communities and Local Government made the announcement today and... [more...]

  • Gap years 'can help sales jobs candidates'

    A gap year can help boost the chances of those applying for sales jobs, an expert claims.Tom Griffiths, founder of gapyear.com, asserts that a candidate who has taken a break of this type can use it to engage in activities that will enhance their application.He says that the current economic... [more...]

  • 'Recession brings pressure' to lie on sales jobs CVs

    People applying for sales jobs should ensure that they do not lie on their CV, as it can lead to them losing their position.The recession may mean many people applying for sales jobs could be tempted to lie on their CV as there is increased pressure, Alexandra Kelly, managing director of... [more...]

  • Sales jobs interviews 'need dedicated preparation'

    Being prepared to go the extra mile in order to prepare for sales jobs interviews and even visiting the company to find out the ideal dress code will give candidates an edge over the competition, according to one recruitment firm.Mount Juliet Jobs, which specialises in giving employment advice,... [more...]

  • Retail sales jobs boosted by Asda pledge

    The supermarket giant Asda has bolstered retail sales jobs by pledging to create more than 3,000 roles after it recorded improving sales figures for the second quarter in a row.At least 3,600 vacancies will be made available by Asda before the end of the year and the company has joined a Sun... [more...]

  • Sales jobs 'could be bolstered by scrappage scheme'

    The British Rail Consortium (BRC) has called for Labour to introduce a scrappage scheme and remove VAT on domestic appliances in order to give a boost to sales jobs.In a letter to the chancellor, Alistair Darling, the BRC wrote that the British public should be made aware of the importance of... [more...]

  • Sales jobs: Staycations could boost UK economy

    People looking for sales jobs could be interested in the news that more people could choose the UK as their destination of choice for a summer holiday and bolster tourism sales jobs in the process.Sharron Livingston, editor at The Travel Magazine, said that the trend for more Brits to discover... [more...]

  • Sales jobs: Govt invests in electronic companies

    Labour is set to invest around £3 million in two software companies, boosting electronic sales jobs and supporting the sector, according to business secretary Lord Peter Mandelson.The £3 million will be split between KeTech, which provides communication software and services to the... [more...]

  • Sales jobs: Councils need to support construction industry

    By investing in construction work councils across the country will help provide better housing in their area and create more sales jobs, according to a leading pressure group.The comments come from the left-wing organisation Compass after the Audit Commission said that councils' initial response... [more...]

  • Sales jobs: ?The worst is over?

    People looking for sales jobs may be interested to learn that a senior figure at one of the UK's leading companies has said the worst of the recession is over and jobs in the private sector will begin to recover.John Hawksworth, head of macroeconomics at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), was... [more...]

  • Sales recruitment: Women occupy high-status roles

    Women are more likely to have high-status sales jobs compared to their male counterparts, although there is still a gulf between the amount of money each gender is paid, according to new research.The University of Cambridge conducted the study, which could interest people searching for sales... [more...]

  • Being authentic will help in sales job interviews

    Being genuine and honest in your approach to sales job interviews will help you come across in the best light, according to one expert.Jim Camp, founder of the Camp Group which provides advice for interviewees, gave Examiner.com his top tips for succeeding when being interviewed and said that... [more...]

  • New focus needed to help sales jobs

    Companies should concentrate on keeping existing clients happy through better customer relationship management (CRM), according to one institute.The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) said better CRM can help indentify clients' buying patterns and create more business in the future, which... [more...]

  • IT sales jobs 'will bounce back'

    The government's plan to make the UK a top nation for technology should give people looking for IT sales jobs a boost, according to one website.ComputerworldUK.com, an IT management website, said that there is room for "cautious optimism" in the sector as Labour commits to focusing on... [more...]

  • Redundancy will not affect chances of sales job

    Candidates who have been made redundant in the economic downturn will not be at a disadvantage when applying for sales jobs, according to one expert.Cheryl Morgan, a Jobsite.co.uk careers counsellor, said that around one in three workers incorrectly believe they would not be considered for a... [more...]

  • Sales jobs interviews 'need rigorous preparation'

    People wanting to impress at sales jobs interviews need to take time to make sure they are fully prepared for any eventuality, according to one expert.Employment consultant Rowan Manahan told the Age that modern interviews for sales jobs are more competitive and attract applicants that will be... [more...]

  • Clothes count at sales jobs interviews

    Taking your clothes up a notch for interview for sales jobs will pay dividends, according to one expert who said being casual or provocative is not a good idea.Michael Erwin, a senior career adviser for CareerBuilder.com, told the Charlotte Observer that people attending sales jobs interviews... [more...]

  • Sales recruitment: Dress to impress to beat the rest

    Choosing the right clothes to wear is absolutely essential for people wanting to impress at interviews for sales jobs, according to one website.The executive advice website TheLadders.co.uk said more than three-quarters of UK bosses would rule out a candidate based on the clothes they wore to an... [more...]

  • New green scheme is a dream for sales jobs

    A new initiative could give a boost to sales jobs in the engineering and construction sectors if it is given the green light by the government.People looking for sales jobs could benefit from the UK Green Building Council proposals which suggest households are able to access £10,000 of... [more...]

  • Sales recruitment: Internet is the future for jobseekers

    More than half of HR and recruitment managers believe the internet is the most efficient way to find new employees, according to one survey which may interest those looking for sales jobs.A study by Caterer.com showed that 53 per cent of recruitment bosses firmly believe the web is the future... [more...]

  • Sales jobs 'are strong' in IT sector

    Job seekers looking for sales jobs in IT could be interested to read about the resilience of the market which was outlined in a new white paper.The IT Job Board produced the report, entitled The State of the UK's IT Recruitment Market, which stated that there will be a large number of vacancies... [more...]

  • Sales recruitment: Companies are missing opportunities

    Despite the economic downturn some companies are letting sales opportunities slip through their fingers, according to new research.The study by the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) showed that one in four firms do not respond to customer queries on their websites, with more than ten per cent... [more...]

  • Construction sales jobs boosted by government fund

    People looking for construction sales jobs in the UK will be encouraged to hear that the sector is set to receive a multi-million boost from the government.Construction sales jobs will be bolstered by the Homes and Communities Agency's (HCA's) £1 billion Kickstart Programme.Up to 22,400... [more...]

  • Sales jobs could be right for a career change

    Being scared of taking a pay cut and lacking skills are the two main reasons why people put off making a career change even though they do not enjoy their job, according to one website.Webchats.tv said some workers are reluctant to switch to roles because it could put their current lifestyle at... [more...]

  • Interning can help graduates into sales jobs

    Going on an unpaid internship is a good way to get new skills which could impress bosses when applying for sales jobs, according to one expert.Dom Potter, director of interning website Internocracy.org, said that securing a placement can help candidates show commitment to a career in sales jobs... [more...]

  • Dressing the part can help with sales jobs

    Applicants going for sales jobs should ensure they are wearing the correct attire as interview fashion faux-pas are plentiful, according to one expert.Ann Israel, who has worked in recruitment for more than 30 years, told Law.com that every little counts at the interview stage especially what... [more...]

  • Expert: Updating a CV regularly is best

    People applying for sales jobs need to regularly update their CVs so that any relevant experience is not forgotten about, according to one expert.Asda's people director Caroline Massingham told the Mirror newspaper about the importance of staying organised, especially when jobseekers are out of... [more...]

  • Attention to detail 'is important' for sales jobs

    Sales jobs applicants need to pay close attention to detail, especially during the recession, as companies become more stringent during the recruitment process, according to one website.Examiner.com said that from a CV to the cover letter, everything should be done to the highest possible... [more...]

  • Taking time over a CV 'will pay dividends'

    Taking more time when putting together a CV for sales jobs will give applicants more chance of being successful, according to one publication.The Wall Street Journal wrote about the benefits of being thorough and stringent when compiling a CV and added that a good initial application could... [more...]

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