The Merchandising Management major is challenging and includes a broad range of possibilities for an exciting future. The marketing of products and services through pricing, promotion, and distribution is a function of merchandise buyers and managers. A primary responsibility within this profession is forecasting and planning for constant change in trends, styles, and attitudes. However, careers are not restricted to buying, management, and merchandising. Merchandising management students also have successful careers in advertising, public relations, personnel management, and marketing research. This job is a diverse and complex, you can work in the department store, own your own department, hardware, business supply store, drugs, travel, health, and beauty services, clothes, convenience, variety, and grocery, automobile dealerships, furniture stores, and music/video stores, among others. You can also become an entrepreneur to the international merchandise.

Merchandising Management provides career opportunities in a variety of positions. 
· Merchandise Buyer/Assistant Buyer 
· Catalog Manager 
· Customer Service Representative 
· Franchiser/Franchisee 
· Product/Manufacturer Sales Representative 
· Market Researcher 
· Key Account Executive 
· Merchandise Coordinator 
· Personnel Manager 
· Public Relations Director 
· Merchandise Planner/Analyst 
· Product Developer 
· Sales, Department, or Store Manager 
· Merchandiser 
· Product Allocate 
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