Customer Service, Safety Procedures, and New Merchandise aren't the only skills Floor Supervisors have. In fact, there's a whole list of personality traits that are commonly seen among them, including:
In order to accomplish your goal of becoming a Floor Supervisor, we've found that over half, 36.0% to be exact, of Floor Supervisors have a bachelor's degree. The good news is that it doesn't seem like more schooling than that is necessary with only 6.0% having master's degrees. While it's true that some Floor Supervisors have a college degree, it's generally possible to become one with only a high school degree. In fact, one out of every four Floor Supervisors did not spend the extra money to attend college.
Those Floor Supervisors who do attend college, typically earn either Business degrees or Criminal Justice degrees. Less commonly earned degrees for Floor Supervisors include Psychology degrees or Nursing degrees.
Now that you have your degree, you're ready to become a Floor Supervisor. So where do you start applying? According to our research, Floor Supervisors are mostly hired by Shoe Carnival, Lowe's, and Octapharma Plasma. Now is a good time to apply as Shoe Carnival has 337 Floor Supervisors job openings, and there are 209 at Lowe's and 30 at Octapharma Plasma.
But if you want to earn the most bang for your buck, Floor Supervisors tend to earn the biggest salaries at Emerson Electric Co, McKesson, and United Technologies. Take Emerson Electric Co for example. The median Floor Supervisor salary is $48,129. At McKesson, Floor Supervisors earn an average of $47,843, while the average at United Technologies is $38,806. Now before you get too googly-eyed over those digits, take into consideration how difficult it might be to secure a job with one of these companies. While Emerson Electric Co has 1 job listings for Floor Supervisors, McKesson and United Technologies only have 0 and 0 job listings respectively.
Salaries aside, the most respected Floor Supervisors are working at Starbucks, CVS Health, and Rite Aid. By assessing which schools Floor Supervisors mainly earn their degrees, and comparing that with the companies that have hired a significant number of Floor Supervisors from the top 100 educational institutions in the United States, we're able to determine the most prestigious companies.