Salesperson Psychological Tests Salary in Arizona - State Average

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Average Salary for Salesperson Psychological Tests in Arizona - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Salesperson Psychological Tests in Arizona - State Average is $51,110.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Salesperson Psychological Tests in Arizona - State Average is $24.57.

The average bonus of a(n) Salesperson Psychological Tests in Arizona - State Average is $1,544.00.

Job Description:

Sells programs of industrial relations, public relations, psychological counseling, and psychological, intelligence, and aptitude testing to schools and business organizations, working for industrial psychological firm or for book publisher: interviews management officials of business to explain advantages of utilizing services offered. Analyzes program needs of organization and recommends appropriate psychological or testing program. Answers questions about services. Takes orders for services. Aids in integrating program into firm's method of operation. May give instructions to organization personnel in administration, scoring, and interpretation of tests. Less

Sells programs of industrial relations, public relations, psychological counseling, and psychological, intelligence, and aptitude testing to schools and business organizations, working for industrial psychological firm or for book publisher: interviews management officials of business to explain advantages of utilizing services... More

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