Merchandise Displayer Salary
A Merchandise Displayer earns an average wage of $10.57 per hour. People in this job generally don't have more than 20 years' experience.
|Hourly Rate||$7.67 - $14.77|
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|$16,104 - $32,424|
Job Description for Merchandise Displayer
Merchandise displayers arrange items in a retail environment in a safe and attractive manner, and also ensure that visual efforts reflect the store's merchandising efforts. These displayers may plan out how to arrange merchandise and what marketing materials should be used to support the displays, and may arrange things such as mannequins, signs, backdrops, and furniture.Read More...
Merchandise displayers must pay attention to changes in promotions and inventory so they can be reflected in displays, and they must also analyze market trends to determine what is most appealing to customers. The seasons may also determine what items and seasonal marketing material should be displayed. The ability to use hand and power tools is important in this position, and they should also be able to adjust accent lighting so that it presents displays in an aesthetic manner.
Some merchandise displayers may need prior experience in graphic design and programs such as Adobe Photoshop, and a portfolio of past work projects may be required by some employers. Good physical health is important in this position to lift heavy items, bend and stoop, and climb and work at heights, and they may also walk around the store to identify any necessary adjustments. Some positions require a bachelor's degree in fashion merchandising, interior design, or a related field. (Copyright 2017 PayScale.com)
Merchandise Displayer Tasks
- Implement shelf planograms.
- Communicate changes or additions to current products.
- Set up displays and change signage for products.
- Maintain store shelf standards and inventory, including rotation of products.
- Stock, restock, and order merchandise.
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