In the UK, an estimated 7% of the working population are employed in sales, some 2.2 million. Yet the reputation of the job lags behind other careers. Only one university in Britain offers a degree in the subject, and the others give short shrift to it as a prospect for their graduates.
Will Dooley is a senior sales executive in our Outsourced Sales and Business Development division. A graduate, with good prospects, Will’s decision to pursue a career in sales was met with surprise from his friends and family. But his enthusiasm and dedication has challenged their view. Here, he explains what attracted him to the job and why he believes sales should be given more value as a respected vocation.
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“Recruitment isn’t just about what someone has done, it’s all about who they are, their attitude towards work, and what they are capable of.” - That’s the view of durhamlane’s Sales Recruitment Manager - Phil Mulvain.
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