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Working As A Jewelry Consultant

  • Performing for or Working Directly with the Public
  • Selling or Influencing Others
  • Getting Information
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Communicating with Persons Outside Organization
  • Deal with People

  • Unpleasant/Angry People

  • $83,158

    Average Salary

What Does A Jewelry Consultant Do

Retail sales workers include both those who sell retail merchandise, such as clothing, furniture, and cars, (called retail salespersons) and those who sell spare and replacement parts and equipment, especially car parts (called parts salespersons). Both types of workers help customers find the products they want and process customers’ payments.

Duties

Retail sales workers typically do the following:

  • Greet customers and offer them assistance
  • Recommend merchandise based on customers’ wants and needs
  • Explain the use and benefit of merchandise to customers
  • Answer customers’ questions
  • Show how merchandise works, if applicable
  • Add up customers’ total purchases and accept payment
  • Inform customers about current sales, promotions, and policies about payments and exchanges

The following are examples of types of retail sales workers:

Retail salespersons work in stores where they sell goods, such as books, cars, clothing, cosmetics, electronics, furniture, lumber, plants, shoes, and many other types of merchandise.

In addition to helping customers find and select items to buy, many retail salespersons process the payment for the sale, which typically involves operating cash registers.

After taking payment for the purchases, retail salespersons may bag or package the purchases.

Depending on the hours they work, retail salespersons may have to open or close cash registers. This includes counting the money in the register and separating charge slips, coupons, and exchange vouchers. They may also make deposits at a cash office.

For information about other workers who receive and disburse money, see the profile on cashiers.

In addition, retail salespersons may help stock shelves or racks, arrange for mailing or delivery of purchases, mark price tags, take inventory, and prepare displays.

For some retail sales jobs, particularly those involving expensive and complex items, retail sales workers need special knowledge or skills. For example, those who sell cars must be able to explain the features of various models, manufacturers’ specifications, different types of options on the car, financing available, and the details of associated warranties.

In addition, retail sales workers must recognize security risks and thefts and understand their organization’s procedures for handling thefts—procedures that may include notifying security guards or calling police.

Parts salespersons sell spare and replacement parts and equipment, especially car parts. Most work in either automotive parts stores or automobile dealerships. They take customers’ orders, inform customers of part availability and price, and take inventory.

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How To Become A Jewelry Consultant

Typically, there are no formal education requirements for retail sales workers. Most receive on-the-job training, which usually lasts a few days to a few months.

Education

Although retail or parts sales positions usually have no formal education requirements, some employers prefer applicants who have a high school diploma or equivalent, especially employers who sell technical products or “big-ticket” items, such as electronics or cars.

Training

Most retail sales workers receive on-the-job training, which usually lasts a few days to a few months. In small stores, an experienced employee often trains newly hired workers. In large stores, training programs are more formal and usually conducted over several days.

During training sessions, topics often include customer service, security, the store’s policies and procedures, and how to operate the cash register.

Depending on the type of product they are selling, employees may be given additional specialized training. For example, salespersons working in cosmetics get instruction on the types of products the store offers and for whom the cosmetics would be most beneficial. Likewise, those who sell computers may be instructed on the technical differences between computer products.

Because providing exceptional service to customers is a priority for many employers, employees often get periodic training to update and refine their skills.

Advancement

Retail sales workers typically have opportunities to advance to supervisory or managerial positions. Some employers want candidates for managerial positions to have a college degree.

As sales workers gain experience and seniority, they often move into positions that have greater responsibility and may be given their choice of departments in which to work. This opportunity often means moving to positions with higher potential earnings and commissions. The highest earnings potential usually involves selling “big-ticket” items—such as cars, jewelry, furniture, and electronics. These positions often require workers with extensive knowledge of the product and an excellent talent for persuasion.

Important Qualities

Customer-service skills. Retail sales workers must be responsive to the wants and needs of customers. They should explain the product options available to customers and make appropriate recommendations.

Interpersonal skills. A friendly and outgoing personality is important for these workers because the job requires almost constant interaction with people. 

Math skills. Retail sales workers must have the ability to calculate price totals, discounts, and change owed to customers.

Persistence. A large number of attempted sales may not be successful, so sales workers should not be discouraged easily. They must start each new sales attempt with a positive attitude.

Selling skills. Retail sales workers must be persuasive when interacting with customers. They must clearly and effectively explain the benefits of the merchandise.

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Jewelry Consultant Career Paths

Jewelry Consultant
Bank Teller Personal Banker Branch Manager
Account Manager
5 Yearsyrs
Front Desk Agent Night Auditor General Manager
Area Manager
7 Yearsyrs
Laboratory Technician Security Officer Night Auditor
Assistant General Manager
5 Yearsyrs
Security Officer Technician Service Manager
Branch Manager
6 Yearsyrs
Office Administrator Accounts Payable Clerk Accountant
Business Manager
7 Yearsyrs
Account Manager Sales Manager General Manager
District Manager
7 Yearsyrs
Front Desk Clerk Office Manager Account Manager
District Sales Manager
7 Yearsyrs
Bank Teller Office Manager Operations Manager
General Manager
7 Yearsyrs
Pharmacist Technician Technician Sales Manager
General Sales Manager
8 Yearsyrs
Personal Assistant Security Officer Sales Consultant
Internet Sales Manager
6 Yearsyrs
Laboratory Technician Service Technician Sales Manager
Market Manager
7 Yearsyrs
Front Desk Agent Front Office Manager General Manager
Operations Director
9 Yearsyrs
Office Administrator Human Resources Coordinator Specialist
Operations Manager
7 Yearsyrs
Personal Assistant Specialist Service Manager
Production Manager
6 Yearsyrs
Member Service Representative Specialist Account Manager
Sales Account Manager
6 Yearsyrs
Pharmacist Technician Service Representative Account Executive
Sales And Marketing Manager
6 Yearsyrs
Account Manager Account Executive
Sales Manager
5 Yearsyrs
Security Officer Account Manager Account Executive
Territory Manager
7 Yearsyrs
Member Service Representative Service Representative Account Executive
Territory Sales Manager
7 Yearsyrs
Front Desk Clerk Home Health Aid Warehouse Associate
Warehouse Manager
5 Yearsyrs
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Average Length of Employment
Sales Consultant 2.2 years
Beauty Consultant 2.1 years
Sales Clerk 2.0 years
Jewelry Consultant 2.0 years
Bridal Consultant 1.8 years
Wedding Consultant 1.7 years
Jewelry Associate 1.6 years
Sales Associate 1.6 years
Fashion Consultant 1.5 years
Associate Retailer 1.4 years
Seasonal Associate 0.6 years
Top Employers Before
Cashier 13.4%
Server 4.2%
Internship 3.1%
Manager 2.8%
Waitress 2.5%
Volunteer 2.2%
Key Holder 2.1%
Hostess 2.0%
Top Employers After
Cashier 6.1%
Teller 4.9%
Internship 3.8%
Manager 3.4%
Server 3.3%
Key Holder 2.3%
Supervisor 2.1%
Associate 2.1%

Jewelry Consultant Demographics

Gender

Female

76.5%

Male

21.9%

Unknown

1.5%
Ethnicity

White

78.3%

Hispanic or Latino

13.5%

Asian

6.0%

Unknown

1.8%

Black or African American

0.5%
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Languages Spoken

Spanish

55.5%

French

10.9%

Chinese

4.5%

Arabic

4.5%

Mandarin

2.7%

Russian

2.7%

German

2.7%

Korean

1.8%

Bengali

1.8%

Cantonese

1.8%

Italian

1.8%

Polish

1.8%

Swahili

0.9%

Hindi

0.9%

Tigrinya

0.9%

Armenian

0.9%

Albanian

0.9%

Greek

0.9%

Tagalog

0.9%

Portuguese

0.9%
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Jewelry Consultant Education

Schools

University of Phoenix

17.2%

Middle Tennessee State University

5.5%

University of Southern Mississippi

5.5%

Stephen F Austin State University

5.5%

Southern New Hampshire University

5.5%

Liberty University

5.5%

University of Alabama

4.8%

University of North Texas

4.8%

Houston Community College

4.8%

Ashford University

4.1%

Kent State University

4.1%

Texarkana College

4.1%

Mohawk Valley Community College

4.1%

University of Northern Colorado

3.4%

Champlain College

3.4%

Valencia College

3.4%

Community College of Vermont

3.4%

Gemological Institute of America

3.4%

Navarro College

3.4%

Florida State University

3.4%
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Majors

Business

22.9%

Psychology

9.8%

Criminal Justice

7.5%

General Studies

5.7%

Communication

5.3%

Marketing

4.5%

Nursing

4.4%

Health Care Administration

4.2%

Accounting

4.1%

Liberal Arts

3.7%

Cosmetology

3.3%

Management

3.2%

Fine Arts

3.0%

English

3.0%

Medical Assisting Services

3.0%

Biology

2.9%

Graphic Design

2.8%

Education

2.2%

Elementary Education

2.2%

Finance

2.2%
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Degrees

Bachelors

37.1%

Other

35.8%

Associate

15.3%

Masters

5.1%

Certificate

3.4%

Diploma

1.7%

License

0.8%

Doctorate

0.7%
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Top Skills for A Jewelry Consultant

CustomerServiceSkillsNewMerchandiseZalesSalesFloorSpecialOrdersProductKnowledgeCreditCardApplicationsJewelryRepairsJewelrySalesSpecialEventsPOSCustomerSatisfactionBankDepositsPhoneCallsCustomerRelationsInventoryControlCommunicationSkillsCustomerServiceIssuesPerfectPieceJewelryDepartment

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Top Jewelry Consultant Skills

  1. Customer Service Skills
  2. New Merchandise
  3. Zales
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Results-oriented, strong communication skills, excellent customer service skills.
  • Handle the tasks of checking in and replenishing new merchandise inside the case lines as well as prepare merchandise transfers.
  • Brand representative for Persona within the Kansas East Zales district.
  • Perform sales floor work, such as greeting or assisting customers, stocking shelves, or taking inventory.
  • Communicated with vendors regarding back order availability, future inventory and special orders.

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