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Did you know that retail sales account for one-fifth of the UK economy and that Amazon is now the fifth biggest retailer in the UK accounting for £4 in every £100 spent in retail in the UK last year?
As a retail assistant, you will expect an average salary of £17,742 along with your tasks that will involve you greeting and serving customers from the moment they enter the shop as well as advising customers. Also, you may have to answer any queries customers might have, from stock availability and details of special offers to a product’s price.
Retail careers involve retail sales that have a total of £366 billion. People employed in UK retail amount to 2.9 million. The proportion of consumer spending that goes through retail is a third and the proportion of retail sales made online is 16%. Yet, the growth in UK retail sales in 2018 is 4.3% along with 294,280 retail outlets in the UK.
There are specific areas when working in retail such as entertainment, fashion, food, general merchandise, health and beauty, home, sport and leisure, and technology.
However, retail vacancies do offer employment convenience for graduates such as clothing retail, online shopping, and supermarkets. Graduates can also find opportunities with Argos, Boots, Carphone Warehouse or Currys PC World, Dunelm, B&Q and Screwfix, and Matalan.
Retail job opportunities include some of the fastest growing retailers in the UK in 2018 such as Farfetch, Missguided, Made.com, Childrensalon, Green Man Gaming, The Hut Group, Matchesfashion.com, Loaf, and Oliver Bonas.
The average salary for wholesale manager jobs is £35,258 per year in the UK. As a wholesale manager, you will be in charge of overseeing, the sales teams and developing strategies to contribute towards the growth and profitability of the company. Further, you will deal with a range of tasks, including overseeing working with company managers to find ways to build sales, control expenses, and evaluate staff performance.
If you are going to work as a wholesale assistant, expect an average income from £18,000 to £19,000 per year.
Wholesale assistant jobs include various sectors such as fashion, banking and luxury brands such as Armani.
What’s more, the average salary for FMCG jobs is £37,500 as well as having ‘Senior Appointments’, as the field with the highest salary for FMCG careers, which is £50,000 per year. Your roles will include you serving customers, displaying products, overseeing deliveries, handling payments and helping with special promotions
Having an FMCG experience involves products selling quickly, as well as being cheap for shoppers to buy. Often, everyday household products, they can range from toiletries and basic groceries to medicines and stationery.
FMCG graduate schemes include a number of various career opportunities for you, offering positions such as a Graduate account executive (£21,000 - £26,000), Sales event relations manager (£21,000), Sales executive (£20,5000 - £35,000), Graduate sales consultant (£25,000 - £27,000), Graduate account manager (£22,000), Graduate marketing and sales executive (£20,000 - £24,000).