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Sales professionals are employed by companies to sell their products or services to customers. They work in all types of industries and with companies of all sizes. As part of their job, sales professionals also work with customers to determine their needs, create solutions to their problems, and ensure that the sales process goes ahead smoothly. Depending on the industry and type of product, they may also visit customers in their office or cold call potential customers in order to make a sale.
Although there are no minimum educational requirements, most of the larger companies prefer to hire applicants who have at least a bachelor's degree. Sales professionals are expected to have thorough knowledge of the product or service they are selling. Excellent customer service, communication, and interpersonal skills are necessary attributes for this role.
When you go for your interview, the best way to impress the interviewing panel is by 'selling' yourself. You must be able to convince them of your persuasive skills. Knowing the questions in advance can help you prepare your answers so you can reply more confidently at the interview. You can find a list of commonly asked questions at Mock Questions.