Retail trade deals with the process of buying and selling goods to the general public. This work covers both traditional retail operations (that is, from a physical location like a store) and online selling. The buying and selling of goods (which can include a commission) is also part of this industry).
How do I get into the industry?
Some courses in this industry may include:
- Certificate II in Retail Services
- Certificate II in Apparel, Fashion and Textiles
- Certificate III in Business
- Diploma of Visual Merchandising
Jobs in this industry
Potential jobs may include:
- sales assistants, cashiers and store workers
- retail buyers, purchasing and supply logistics staff
- advertising and marketing professionals
- visual arts and craft professionals.
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