Career outlook for retail jeweller
Average UK salary
Currently employed in Scotland
What's it like?
You would promote and sell a range of jewellery to shop customers.
You could work in a store owned by a high street chain or a luxury brand, or in a small, independent shop.
- Put together window and cabinet displays
- Give customers advice
- Build relationships with customers for repeat business
- Take payments, and issue receipts and guarantees
- Meet weekly and monthly sales targets
- Use a computer to manage customer accounts and stock
You might also:
- Gift wrap goods
- Mend, adjust and clean jewellery
- Value items for insurance or sale purposes
As an independent or craft jeweller, you may also design and make the items you sell.
UK employment status
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- Positive attitude
- Verbal communication
- Working with numbers
- Attention to detail
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