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Overview: Digital Advertising / Media Consultant - Outside Sales If you can’t wait for the next new product to be launched, and networking on Facebook & LinkedIn is second nature to you, we’ve got a great opportunity for you! We are seeking savvy, digitally-centric Sales Representatives who are passionate about social media, SEO and driving sales. This is not your average sales opportunity! This i...
Are you competitive, driven and love building relationships? Are you looking for long-term career growth and advancement? If so, The Select Group is hiring entry-level sales professionals to join our award-winning team! Ideal candidates are self-motivated, driven and competitive individuals who have great interpersonal communication skills. At The Select Group we will provide you with all the trai...
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Automobile Salesperson

Salaries

$19,760.00 - $134,640.00
Typical Salary for Automobile Salesperson in District of Columbia
(366 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

Education / Training

Some College Coursework Completed
31.6%
Bachelor's
26%
High School
23.3%
Associates
7.9%
Vocational
5.6%
Certification
2.3%
Master's
2.3%
(215 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

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