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Personal Shopper Jobs Overview

Personal shopper jobs are all about enhancing the customer experience, whether giving fashion tips or suggesting products to buy. Many retail outlets, including clothing and electronics stores, provide customers with personal shoppers in order to guide them through their selection of products and help them make an informed decision. As this type of job is based in the retail environment, working hours tend to fall between store opening and closing times, including the weekend.

Personal Shopper Jobs Education Requirements

Although personal shopper jobs require no formal education, experience in the retail sector is often advantageous. Working in the retail environment helps to develop customer service and communication skills, which comes in handy when guiding customers round various stores and giving advice on a range of products. These experiences and skills transfer well to sales advisor jobs, which are often based in similar environments and involve interacting with, and describing products to, the customer. Hospitality jobs are also comparable to personal shopping positions, in that they too involve providing the client with a memorable and pleasant experience.

Personal Shopper Jobs Market

In the sales sector, a large proportion of the workforce is employed part-time, while only 29% work full-time. Overall, the average salary is less than the national average, at around £15,825. Just under two-thirds of people employed in this sector are female, and 15% of vacancies are due to a shortage in skills, which is less the overall percentage (National Careers Service).

Personal Shopper Jobs Salary Information

For personal shopping jobs, salaries can rise to £19,000 in entry-level positions. The pay tends to be around £16,000 for assistants, and £25,000 for managers. Those who are self-employed are free to set their own rates, based on factors such as reputation and the type of products and shops they work in.

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