A company needs a performing sales force to increase profit levels and improve its financial robustness in the short term and long term. A junior account manager is part of a company's sales force.
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Nature of the Work
A junior account manager works under the guidance of a senior sales manager, ensuring that a company responds to customer inquiries in a timely manner.
A junior account manager generally has at least an associate's degree in a business-related field or a high school diploma. A junior account manager working for a large company may hold a bachelor's degree in business management.
Salary levels for junior account managers vary by length of service, academic qualifications and company. Indeed.com, a career information website, reports that a junior account manager earns median wages of £24,050, as of 2010.
A junior account manager can seek a bachelor's degree in a business-related field to improve his chances of promotion. A skilful and qualified junior account manager can become a senior account manager in a few years.
A junior account manager usually works normal business hours, Monday through Friday. However, she may be extra busy at the end of the month, helping senior account managers prepare sales reports.
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