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The sales sector in the US and many other countries is still recovering from the 2007-2008 recession. It is one of the job sectors with the highest employee turnover and job termination rate. Current economic recession is one factor, but there are also several other prevailing challenges that are making a career in this field more demanding and tougher than before. Related: 6 Signs It’s Time To Leave A Stable Sales Job Students who want to pursue their career in the field of business sales should first evaluate the current market scope and unemployment rate in the region they will be hunting their job in the future. This article is designed to shed light on some of the intricate problems that have recently been intertwined in the field of business sales - it will help you to have a clearer horizon in your career selection process. Here are some of the prevailing challenges in the sales industry today:

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Finding a job in the current economic climate is hard. A recent study revealed that recruiters spend an average of six seconds on your resume before making a 'fit or no fit' decision. Related: 5 Resume-Boosting Traits Of All Successful Salespeople Given the circumstances, it is extremely difficult to make yourself visible from among the thousands of applications that recruiters receive for every job opening they have. So, what's the trick to get shortlisted for a sales job interview?

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A very good question! This article is targeted at people who are considering a career in business-to-business (B2B) field sales. Related: 5 Resume-Boosting Traits Of All Successful Salespeople Selling does not have a great reputation. When I left university and told people that I wanted to go into sales, they questioned what I was doing, asking me if it was a wise move. I think their motivation was based on the fact that they’d had bad experiences with salespeople and viewed the career of selling as being something sleazy or cheesy. Since I left university, I’ve had a great career in sales and have enjoyed every minute of it. It’s been very rewarding in terms of money, I’ve flown around the world many times, and met some really, really interesting people. When I was at university, I was offered the usual jobs: accountant, lawyer, teacher, and army officer. I tried most of them, but I didn’t enjoy any of them and, I have to say, that I really enjoy sales. So, here’s what I do on a day-to-day basis in a field sales role:

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