Local managers are certainly never bored, with plenty of responsibility at their feet, including looking after the team and keeping them happy. Some of the responsibilities that they perform in this capacity include setting sales targets, maximizing sales and profitability, providing the team with a stimulating and supportive environment, driving team performance, and controlling the training and development of your staff. They also develop operational plans, implement brand strategies, and generate progress reports. Essential skills required for the position include management, leadership, strategic planning, organizational, and communication. While many employers require a bachelor's degree in business administration, management, or a similar field, some may also require a master's degree. Prior work experience will also be appreciated.
The average hourly pay for this position is $41.92, which amounts to $87,194 annually. The career is expected to grow and create new opportunities in the near future, all over the United States.