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Manufacturing sales representatives are hired by manufacturing companies to sell the goods that they manufacture to relevant businesses and government agencies. As part of their job, manufacturing sales representatives identify and contact potential customers and help them understand how certain items can help them boost their productivity and their bottom line.
The educational requirements depend on the products you will be selling. While a high school diploma may be sufficient for dealing with nonscientific or non-technical products, employers will only consider applicants with a bachelor's for selling technical and scientific products. Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational and customer service skills are necessary for this role.
At the interview, the interviewing panel will be watching your communication and interpersonal skills closely. They will be assessing whether you have what it takes for a career in sales. They may even ask you to do a mock presentation for a particular item to gauge how you handle it. Practice and hone your sales skills before going for your interview. Also, take some time to go to Mock Questions and check out the questions listed there. These are some of the more common questions that interviewers ask to assess prospective manufacturing sales representatives.