If you're looking for Dallas retail jobs
and you like to manage others, you may want to consider a position as a sales worker supervisor.
First-line supervisors and managers of retail sales workers are mainly responsible for overseeing other sales workers in their department. They also may be in charge of purchasing, budgeting, accounting, and personnel work. Check out this retail job description
The main requirement for this type of job is experience, whether as a salesperson, cashier, or customer service representative. Although most employers don't require applicants to have a college degree, obtaining one may help you stay ahead of the competition.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
, there were about 2.2 million sales worker supervisor jobs throughout the country during 2008. Of those, about 34 percent were self-employed, and about 48 percent worked in the retail industry.
Nationwide, the number of sales worker supervisors is expected to increase by 5 percent by 2018, from 2,192,300 workers to 2,305,100 workers. The work of these employees will range among everything from food jobs
to clothing store jobs to department store jobs.
Employment in Dallas
is anticipated to grow from 17,600 workers during 2006 to 19,250 workers by 2016, accounting for 1,650 additional jobs and an overall increase of 9.4 percent, according to the Texas Workforce Commission
Throughout Texas, employment
of first-line supervisors and managers of retail sales workers should increase from 140,350 workers during 2006 to 159,100 workers by 2016, making for 18,750 additional jobs and an overall growth rate of 13.4 percent.
The top industries that employ first-line supervisors and managers of retail sales workers include:
- Grocery stores - 9.69 percent
- Gasoline stations - 5.97 percent
- Clothing stores - 5.12 percent
- Building material and supplies dealers - 3.92 percent
- Automobile dealers - 3.80 percent
- Other general merchandise stores - 3.80 percent
- Automotive parts, accessories, and tire stores - 3.56 percent
- Health and personal care stores - 3.13 percent
- Department stores - 2.89 percent
- Non-depository credit intermediation - 2.10 percent
During 2009, the average wage for these supervisors in Dallas was $19.81 per hour, while the average wage throughout Texas was $18.84 per hour and the average wage across the country was $18.81 per hour.
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