Assistant Store Manager. Duties. Trains store staff; reviewing sales training materials Evaluate store competition (prices, quality, style) Promotes sale Create display ideas to attract customers Maintains inventory. Education, Training and Salary.
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Trains store staff; reviewing sales training materials
Evaluate store competition (prices, quality, style)
Create display ideas to attract customers
A degree is not required for most store manager positions
However, large retail chains prefer to hire managers with a college degree in management or business
Also must go through a managerial training program
The average assistant manager earns $31,466 to $41,900 a year
Must have strong leadership skills and enjoy working with people.
Must be okay with being on your feet most of the time.
Must pay attention to detail and have strong listening skills.
Jobs as an assistant store manager can be found in just about any location. There is a larger variety however, in big cities such as San Francisco, LA, or New York.