The Ultimate Retail Trends Guide: Q4 and 2020 Prep

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THE CURRENT STATE OF RETAIL AFFAIRS

All to say, this prediction may not come to fruition. Much discussion swirls around the future of retail in the United States, and many observers are starting to question the relatively high reliance on automation and turning focus towards this unification of online and in-store commerce. While Class B and C malls in shopping-dense areas remain vulnerable, e-retailers such as Amazon are starting to enter the brick-and-mortar marketplace.

With unemployment at near-record low rates and demand for labor running high, the competition is keen when you’re hiring talented retail sales staff. Retail positions account for about 12% of American jobs, making them among the most common occupations. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), about 4.8 million people already work in retail sales, a number that has risen by nearly half a million in the last five years.

Retail positions account for about 12% of American jobs, making them among the most common occupations.

What’s Inside:

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THE CURRENT STATE OF RETAIL AFFAIRS

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BETTER CUSTOMER EXPERIENCES BUILD BETTER BRANDS.

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RESOURCE OPTIMIZATION

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LOOKING FOR TOP TALENT IN TODAY’S MARKET

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STAFF FLEXIBILITY

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PROJECTIONS FOR Q4 2019 - 2020

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The Ultimate Retail Trends Guide: Q4 and 2020 Prep

At MarketSource, we believe better sales begin with better relationships. Our proven alternative to traditional outsourced sales is led by a proprietary process that helps businesses thrive by fostering deeper connections between people and brands.