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    What are good degrees for sales? ive looked at some jobs that ask for no specific degree but what would be seen as a good one to have? would business management be a good degree for sales/ banking/business? also most importantly would a Law degree at a good uni be respected in sales and could i get a sales or businesses job with a law degree? thanks
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    (Original post by jacob1371)
    What are good degrees for sales? ive looked at some jobs that ask for no specific degree but what would be seen as a good one to have? would business management be a good degree for sales/ banking/business? also most importantly would a Law degree at a good uni be respected in sales and could i get a sales or businesses job with a law degree? thanks
    The degree you want to do.

    And yes, you can get a sales job with any degree.

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    physics is best degree for everything
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    (Original post by gr8wizard10)
    physics is best degree for everything

    I agree with this.
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    (Original post by IBFUTURE)
    I agree with this.
    ofc no bias whatsoever

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    So anything respectable then
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    (Original post by jacob1371)
    So anything respectable then
    yh

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    I would say any degree can get you into sales. I read online that someone with an art degree got into a capital markets division role at MS.
    I will try find the link to the article.
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    (Original post by IBFUTURE)
    I would say any degree can get you into sales. I read online that someone with an art degree got into a capital markets division role at MS.
    I will try find the link to the article.
    Thanks, much appreciated
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    tourism management for sales
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    (Original post by glebp)
    tourism management for sales
    Ist
    that a doss degree?
 
 
 
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