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District managers oversee the sales and productivity of a network of stores or entities within a particular area. A typical day for a district manager includes frequent communication and quite a bit of travel. Duties include directing activities for the district, setting sales and profit goals, recruiting, loss prevention and more.

Skillset: District managers need strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with the public and with employees. Good verbal and written communication skills are a must. District managers should have experience with computers; administrative or clerical experience is very helpful.

Education: Many district managers have a Bachelor’s degree in business or a related field, though this is not required for all corporations. At a minimum, those considering this career track should have an Associate’s degree. District managers must be willing to advance their education through training workshops, seminars and meetings.

Career Path: A solid educational foundation gives those pursuing a career track as a district manager quite an advantage, so those exploring this as an occupation should pursue a Bachelor's degree in business, human resources or a related field. Those interested in this career path typically start out as an assistant manager and move their way up to manager, then district manager. It is uncommon to enter the field at the district manager level.

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As an Automotive District Manager, you will be responsible for driving and achieving specific sales goals by managing the business relationship...
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