Career Paper Outline: Sales Representative
I chose the career of a sales representative because that is what my dad does and it is also a job that interests me. I feel that I could also be good at this job because I can work well with people and have good communication skills. Being a sales representative also interests me because of the variety and flexible hours. With variety you would be doing different things every day and the job wouldn't get boring, and I like that. I also like that you would be able to make your own hours and have a flexible schedule. You could have your own office in your home and work whenever you want. If I had a job selling something that was appealing to me, it would be that much better. I could get motivated about my product and be able to sell it much easier. I feel that I would be able to explain the features and benefits of a product very well. These are just a few of the reasons why I'm interested in the career field of a sales representative. Introduction
In my intro I would talk about why I chose that as my topic and why I would want to be a sales representative. Body
In the body paragraphs I would explain what the job entails and the pros and cons of being a sales representative. Also I would tell about possible job fields and opportunities in being a sales representative. Conclusion
I would wrap up this paper by explaining why being a sales representative would be perfect for me. I would also end by reiterating the main points from the body.
A possible career for me would be being a sale representative for a major company in an industry that I enjoyed. My dad is in this position and this is what made me want to have this job. He enjoys flexible hours, good pay, and doesn't have to work behind a cubical. He gets to interact with many clients that he is now good friends with and also is able to travel to some extent. These are a few of the reasons why I am interested in becoming a...
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