Barnes & Noble job: What is the different between a Bookseller and a Sales Associate?

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I want to get a job at B&N. I’ve searched around and to me it seems like a bookseller and a sales associate are the same thing. So if you can explain to me what each does (in Barnes and Noble).

Bookseller vs. Sales Associate

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One comment to “Barnes & Noble job: What is the different between a Bookseller and a Sales Associate?”

  1. Comment by e_cool:

    You can ask the book store more information about the difference between a bookseller and a sales associate. Basically they are almost the same but here is a main difference between the two.

    Bookseller:
    They specializes in selling books to people and help the customers of a bookstore find the paperbacks, hardbacks and magazines that they’re looking for. Also they process transactions and coordinate book reservation as well as stacking the book shelf.

    Sales Associate:
    Help company grow by selling product or service offered. Therefore it is more than just selling books. They convince customers to buy and what the best product for the customer is. They are responsible for generating more revenue for company.

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