Merchandising managers supervise the selection, purchase and marketing of goods in a retail store. They interact with vendors and decide which items to purchase for the store’s inventory. While some managers make purchas... More »

Merchandising managers, also known as purchasing managers, are tasked with buying finished goods for the intention of reselling them to consumers. Managers who work for large companies might specialize in a specific type... More »

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Store managers are responsible for the daily supervision of stores, including staff, sales, resources and stock management. They recruit, train, supervise and appraise staff, manage budgets, maintain statistical and fina... More »

A merchandising coordinator plans, directs and manages the purchase of finished goods for later resale in a retail store or a chain of retail stores. Merchandising coordinators are also known as merchandise managers, pur... More »

Merchandising managers, also known as purchasing managers, are tasked with buying finished goods for the intention of reselling them to consumers. Managers who work for large companies might specialize in a specific type... More »

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Retail sales associates work on the floor in a retail store, asking customers questions and recommending product solutions. Sales associates are common in department stores, category specialists and specialty retailers. ... More »

A campaign manager coordinates all areas of a political campaign, including budget, technology, human resources, scheduling, marketing and fund raising. A campaign manager must possess good judgment and have excellent co... More »

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