Associate Sales Representative is tasked with helping sales employees present and sell products and services to people, other businesses and institutions, or to governments. Their responsibilities usually center around working with or for a client, communicating with them, and solving any issues that might come up.
Depending on what kind of business they work in, the Associate might handle any number of other tasks, and their tasks might grow with time, too. They may have to do things such as checking the supply of the product in the inventory, report to senior sales representatives, demonstrate how a product works, maintain databases, and take training programs to learn more.
There is no set standard of educational requirements for an Associate Sales Representative; it varies between employers, and it depends on what sort of a company the Associate wants to work for. Some workplaces may ask for a high school degree or less. However, specialized companies such as those selling medical or IT services and products might ask for college education and experience in a relevant field.