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Retail buyers are entrusted with the task of purchasing products and goods on behalf of the company they work with. These products and goods are purchased from manufacturers or wholesalers and then re-sold to the retail customer. Retail buyers work with stores of all sizes and spend many hours traveling to different locations to meet wholesale buyers and manufacturers.
Anyone wishing to pursue a career as a retail buyer must have a bachelor's degree in business management, finance, economics or a related field. Retail buyers must have excellent critical thinking, analytical, and problem-solving skills.
The best way to get the necessary work experience is to do an apprenticeship. In addition to helping you learn the many tasks involved in this job, it will also help you answer the interview questions more confidently. This can tip the scales in your favor at your interview. Also, take a look at the questions listed at Mock Questions and think about how you will answer them. This pre-interview prep work is very valuable and can help you impress the interviewers and get the job.