Wholesalers don't usually have a shop front to sell their items; they are the middle step between producers and retailers. Wholesale jobs are generally in capital cities and most are full-time. There are good entry level opportunities that do not require study after high school.

Job Profiles

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Delivery Drivers

Delivery Drivers drive vans and cars to deliver goods.

  • $1,010 Weekly Pay
  • Strong Future Growth
  • Lower skill Skill Level

Forklift Drivers

Forklift Drivers operate forklifts to move bulk materials, containers, crates, palletised goods, cartons and bales.

  • $1,113 Weekly Pay
  • Moderate Future Growth
  • Lower skill Skill Level

Importers, Exporters and Wholesalers

Importers, Exporters and Wholesalers plan, organise, direct, control and coordinate the operations of importing, exporting and wholesaling establishme...

  • Unavailable Weekly Pay
  • Moderate Future Growth
  • Very high skill Skill Level

Models and Sales Demonstrators

Models and Sales Demonstrators wear and display clothing and accessories and pose for art and photography, and demonstrate goods at commercial premise...

  • $958 Weekly Pay
  • Stable Future Growth
  • Entry level Skill Level

Nurserypersons

Nurserypersons propagate and cultivate trees, shrubs, and ornamental and flowering plants in plant nurseries.

  • $1,073 Weekly Pay
  • Moderate Future Growth
  • Medium skill Skill Level

Other Sales Support Workers

This group includes Sales Support Workers not covered elsewhere.

  • $1,510 Weekly Pay
  • Strong Future Growth
  • Entry level Skill Level

Retail and Wool Buyers

Retail and Wool Buyers select and buy goods for resale in retail establishments, and value and buy wool sold by wool growers.

  • $1,810 Weekly Pay
  • Strong Future Growth
  • Medium skill Skill Level

Storepersons

Storepersons receive, handle and despatch goods in stores and warehouses.

  • $1,052 Weekly Pay
  • Stable Future Growth
  • Lower skill Skill Level
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