Real Life Guide: Retail by Dee Pilgrim


Real Life Guide: Retail by Dee Pilgrim

The retail sector is an integral part of daily life - whether you are buying your lunch, furnishing your house or choosing a birthday present for a friend. From the smallest corner shop to the largest online empire, from warehouse assistant to merchandiser to manager, a wealth of different career opportunities awaits you. This book breaks down the sector layer by layer, exposing the varied career options available. Giving you a realistic insight into all aspects of the industry, this guide provides the facts and dispels the myths of working in retail. Packed with real life stories and case studies this book gives all the information you need to determine whether this is the right career for you. Real Life Guides are practical guides for practical people. Each guide looks in detail at what it takes to train for, get into and be successful at a wide range of hands-on careers. Real Life Guides aim to inform and inspire you by providing comprehensive yet hard-hitting information about what it takes to succeed in these fields.

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96 pages


Dee Pilgrim
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Publication date

15th March 2008



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