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5220 SHOP SALESPERSONS AND DEMONSTRATORS
 


    Shop salespersons and demonstrators demonstrate and sell goods in wholesale establishments to retailers and large-scale consumers or to customers in retail establishments.

    Tasks include -

    (a) moving goods to be sold from storage area to sales area and placing them on display;

    (b) ascertaining nature and quality of the product desired by the customer;

    (c) assisting customer in making a choice;

    (d) quoting prices, credit terms and discounts;

    (e) packing and arranging delivery of goods, if necessary;

    (f) writing bill, invoice, docket or receipt;

    (g) verifying cashier's receipt, if necessary;

    (h) giving demonstrations of articles on sale in order to inform customers about their characteristics and mode of use, as well as to stimulate buying interest;

    (i) performing related tasks;

    (j) supervising other workers.

    Examples of the occupations classified here:

  • Demonstrator

  • Salesperson, retail establishment

  • Salesperson, wholesale establishment


  • Some related occupations classified elsewhere:

  • Salesperson, kiosk - 5230

  • Salesperson, market - 5230

  • Salesperson, street stall - 5230


   
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 Updated 18 September 2004, by VA.