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Technical Products Sales Reps

Technical products sales reps sell products or services that have a higher level of complexity and require more specialized knowledge when compared to most products. They typically have knowledge regarding the functions, components and the scientific processes that make the products work. Technical sales representatives utilize their technical expertise of a given product to explain to the customer the products benefits and why the product is better than the competitors products.

Sometimes a technical product sales representative uses sales strategies that are different from basic salespersons. They sometimes use a consultive style. They focus on how their products can solve or mitigate the customer's problems, whereas the standard sales approach focuses on benefits and features.

Technical products sales reps sell a variety of products including mechanical and agricultural equipment and computer products. Some technical product sales reps work for one company, some sales reps work for independent sales firms, whereas other technical product salespersons represent several businesses and sell an array of products.

Technical product sales representatives typically sell products to businesses, government agencies and organizations and not directly to consumers. Some technical products sales reps are involved with market research. They often serve as a connection between the customer and the company.

Responsibilities

  • Negotiate prices and terms of sales and service agreements
  • Provide prices, credit terms and other bid specifications
  • Explain features of products to customers
  • Explain to new and existing customers how products can meet their needs
  • Answer questions about products
  • Finds new customers
  • Prepare and delivers time and expense reports to management
  • Demonstrate products
  • Calculate and quote prices
  • Investigate product or service warranty claims and resolve the situation within company policies

Job Characteristics

Technical products salespersons attend trade shows and conferences and conventions. They sometimes have to deal with stress since their income and job security often depend on their success in selling products and customer service. Many technical salespersons work more than 40 hours per week in order to meet sales goals and customer needs. Some technical sales representatives make their own work schedules. Some sales reps have large sales territories and extensive travel is part of the job.

Technical products sales reps need good communication and interpersonal skills. They also need the desire to sell products and they should be goal oriented. Problem solving skills are also important to technical products sales representatives.

Employment Outlook

Employment of wholesale and manufacturing technical and scientific products sales representatives is projected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics to grow by 10 percent from 2008 to 2018. The median annual wages, including commissions for wholesale and manufacturing technical and scientific products sales representatives in 2008 was $70,200. The highest paid 10 percent earned more than $133,040.

Regarding the industries providing the largest amount of jobs, the computer systems design and related services, and the wholesale electronic markets and agents and brokers are two of the highest paying sectors.

Due to manufacturers increasingly outsourcing their sales activities, there may be a higher demand for the services of independent sales companies and independent sales agents. Earnings and employment opportunities can fluctuate from year to year due to sales being affected by companies preferences and changes to the economy.

Technical sales representatives may advance into supervisory or managerial positions. They may become a company's sales manager or the company's sales training manager. Often a promotion for a sales representative takes the form of being assigned to a larger sales territory or larger accounts.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

Many technical product sales representatives have earned a bachelor's degree or have college training in a technical related area. Employers that sell technical equipment often require sales representatives to have an engineering degree. Pharmaceutical companies typically seek applicants that have a degree in the biological sciences. In addition, many companies have formal sales training programs.

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Major Employers

The top employment sectors are manufacturing companies, independent sales firms, computer systems design and related services, wholesale electronic markets and agents and brokers, professional and commercial equipment and supplies merchant wholesalers, and electrical and electronic goods merchant wholesalers.

Schools for Technical Products Sales Representatives are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Technical Products Sales Representatives

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Technical Products Sales Representatives jobs , as of 2016

2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Birmingham 400 $84,390
Hoover 400 $84,390
Huntsville 150 $86,500
Mobile 70 $76,330
Montgomery 50 $66,290
Tuscaloosa N/A $59,550
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 470 $78,770
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Scottsdale 5910 $67,510
Phoenix 5910 $67,510
Mesa 5910 $67,510
Tucson 390 $57,140
Yuma 80 $61,330
Lake Havasu City 40 $55,940
Kingman 40 $55,940
Prescott 30 $50,360
Flagstaff N/A $51,100
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 1390 $59,130
North Little Rock 1390 $59,130
Little Rock 1390 $59,130
Jonesboro 130 $77,120
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anaheim 17320 $76,480
Los Angeles 17320 $76,480
Long Beach 17320 $76,480
San Francisco 9340 $88,330
Oakland 9340 $88,330
Hayward 9340 $88,330
Sunnyvale 6560 $102,200
San Jose 6560 $102,200
Santa Clara 6560 $102,200
San Diego 3920 $74,320
Carlsbad 3920 $74,320
Riverside 1580 $64,170
San Bernardino 1580 $64,170
Ontario 1580 $64,170
Roseville 920 $73,880
Arden 920 $73,880
Arcade 920 $73,880
Sacramento 920 $73,880
Ventura 690 $68,310
Oxnard 690 $68,310
Thousand Oaks 690 $68,310
Bakersfield 630 $82,680
Lodi 530 $70,260
Stockton 530 $70,260
Fresno 500 $65,400
Santa Rosa 450 $98,290
Santa Maria 410 $74,420
Santa Barbara 410 $74,420
Modesto 200 $69,490
Porterville 150 $62,700
Visalia 150 $62,700
Santa Cruz 120 $62,720
Watsonville 120 $62,720
Vallejo 110 $80,380
Fairfield 110 $80,380
Arroyo Grande 100 $59,520
Paso Robles 100 $59,520
San Luis Obispo 100 $59,520
Napa 100 $99,350
Salinas 90 $63,600
Chico 60 $68,530
Yuba City 50 $83,560
Redding 40 $50,800
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lakewood 3990 $101,530
Denver 3990 $101,530
Aurora 3990 $101,530
Boulder 750 $80,430
Colorado Springs 430 $79,260
Fort Collins 180 $79,830
Greeley 40 $77,290
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
East Hartford 1250 $101,070
West Hartford 1250 $101,070
Hartford 1250 $101,070
New Haven 990 $82,420
Stamford 920 $85,510
Norwalk 920 $85,510
Bridgeport 920 $85,510
Danbury 240 $110,550
Waterbury 170 $105,530
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 40 $98,380
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Palm Beach 8660 $80,260
Miami 8660 $80,260
Fort Lauderdale 8660 $80,260
St. Petersburg 4820 $67,090
Clearwater 4820 $67,090
Tampa 4820 $67,090
Kissimmee 2300 $70,900
Orlando 2300 $70,900
Sanford 2300 $70,900
Jacksonville 1370 $67,860
North Port 630 $59,430
Bradenton 630 $59,430
Sarasota 630 $59,430
Marco Island 400 $74,290
Naples 400 $74,290
Immokalee 400 $74,290
Fort Myers 330 $91,850
Cape Coral 330 $91,850
Titusville 320 $84,720
Palm Bay 320 $84,720
Melbourne 320 $84,720
Winter Haven 260 $81,750
Lakeland 260 $81,750
Daytona Beach 210 $52,830
Ormond Beach 210 $52,830
Deltona 210 $52,830
Tallahassee 210 $84,090
Brent 190 $70,090
Pensacola 190 $70,090
Ferry Pass 190 $70,090
Gainesville 150 $79,320
Crestview 110 $68,200
Destin 110 $68,200
Fort Walton Beach 110 $68,200
Ocala 80 $57,800
Panama City 70 $55,650
Punta Gorda 30 $70,380
Sebastian N/A $69,930
Vero Beach N/A $69,930
Port St. Lucie N/A $71,770
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 8530 $76,770
Atlanta 8530 $76,770
Sandy Springs 8530 $76,770
Rome 100 $57,950
Athens 90 $63,800
Clarke County 90 $63,800
Savannah 80 $54,050
Albany 60 $76,020
Dalton 60 $92,400
Macon 40 $41,550
Valdosta N/A $46,220
Brunswick N/A $72,450
Warner Robins N/A $138,130
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 710 $74,000
Lahaina N/A $46,070
Wailuku N/A $46,070
Kahului N/A $46,070
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 600 $61,320
Coeur d'Alene 140 $50,920
Idaho Falls 60 $60,220
Pocatello N/A $71,430
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Peoria 340 $91,650
Urbana 230 $60,720
Champaign 230 $60,720
Rockford 150 $66,400
Springfield 120 $54,440
Bloomington 90 $72,350
Carbondale 50 $40,090
Marion 50 $40,090
Kankakee 40 $51,110
Decatur N/A $48,300
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 4050 $82,130
Indianapolis 4050 $82,130
Carmel 4050 $82,130
Fort Wayne 370 $87,530
Goshen 210 $69,560
Elkhart 210 $69,560
West Lafayette 110 $61,220
Lafayette 110 $61,220
Muncie 90 $70,380
Michigan City 70 $71,490
La Porte 70 $71,490
Terre Haute 50 $82,810
Kokomo 30 $89,620
Bloomington N/A $65,230
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 710 $67,050
Des Moines 710 $67,050
Cedar Rapids 290 $68,320
Cedar Falls 70 $72,530
Waterloo 70 $72,530
Ames 60 $94,420
Iowa City 50 $82,510
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 430 $74,720
Topeka 50 $72,990
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lexington 420 $76,320
Fayette 420 $76,320
Owensboro 40 N/A
Fort Knox 30 N/A
Elizabethtown 30 N/A
Bowling Green N/A $88,280
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
New Orleans 840 $95,530
Metairie 840 $95,530
Shreveport 610 $76,280
Bossier City 610 $76,280
Baton Rouge 370 $74,540
Lafayette 350 $62,980
Houma 160 $81,660
Thibodaux 160 $81,660
Monroe 150 $79,110
Lake Charles 50 $61,900
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 350 $60,570
Portland 350 $60,570
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Towson 3380 $96,100
Columbia 3380 $96,100
Baltimore 3380 $96,100
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 200 $95,140
Pittsfield 90 $53,700
Gardner 90 $72,450
Leominster 90 $72,450
New Bedford 60 $67,400
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dearborn 5580 $83,830
Warren 5580 $83,830
Detroit 5580 $83,830
Ann Arbor 850 $69,330
Grand Rapids 760 $70,940
Wyoming 760 $70,940
Lansing 310 $60,510
East Lansing 310 $60,510
Portage 160 $92,910
Kalamazoo 160 $92,910
Muskegon 100 $75,290
Flint 80 N/A
Saginaw 50 $70,690
Benton Harbor 40 $60,250
Niles 40 $60,250
Battle Creek 40 $77,140
Midland N/A $59,010
Jackson N/A $96,130
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 140 $70,270
St. Cloud 40 $66,260
Mankato 30 $78,790
North Mankato 30 $78,790
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 220 $38,490
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 200 $72,760
Joplin 60 $60,640
Columbia 60 $79,950
Jefferson City 40 $105,220
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 90 $47,970
Missoula 50 $107,470
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 280 $64,910
Grand Island N/A $73,060
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 790 $78,280
Henderson 790 $78,280
Las Vegas 790 $78,280
Reno 200 $77,440
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 540 $93,650
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 60 N/A
Hammonton N/A $112,820
Atlantic City N/A $112,820
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 950 $55,870
Santa Fe 40 $62,580
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheektowaga 1670 $70,530
Buffalo 1670 $70,530
Niagara Falls 1670 $70,530
Rochester 1570 $86,830
Troy 660 $81,020
Albany 660 $81,020
Schenectady 660 $81,020
Syracuse 650 $75,670
Glens Falls 200 $76,390
Rome 100 $66,880
Utica 100 $66,880
Binghamton 100 $80,400
Elmira 50 $80,960
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 4070 $92,760
Durham 750 $104,980
Chapel Hill 750 $104,980
Greensboro 600 $72,380
High Point 600 $72,380
Winston 350 $71,410
Salem 350 $71,410
Wilmington 220 $81,830
Asheville 190 $53,210
Hickory 120 $63,070
Lenoir 120 $63,070
Morganton 120 $63,070
Burlington 70 $98,270
Greenville 60 $76,390
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 150 N/A
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Elyria 4120 $72,340
Cleveland 4120 $72,340
Columbus 3580 $77,970
Akron 1560 $62,870
Dayton 1080 $62,590
Toledo 730 $77,190
Canton 430 $88,490
Massillon 430 $88,490
Mansfield 150 $42,480
Lima 100 $55,910
Springfield 80 $73,660
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 2920 $55,530
Tulsa 2010 $62,780
Lawton 60 $45,090
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bend 200 N/A
Redmond 200 N/A
Eugene 150 $108,740
Salem 140 $77,970
Medford 90 $72,470
Albany 40 $57,230
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 1700 $68,080
Carlisle 280 $69,790
Harrisburg 280 $69,790
Reading 230 $71,910
Barre 210 $50,600
Hazleton 210 $50,600
Scranton 210 $50,600
Wilkes 210 $50,600
Lancaster 150 $79,580
York 90 $67,780
Hanover 90 $67,780
Erie 80 $63,020
State College 60 N/A
Berwick 40 N/A
Bloomsburg 40 N/A
Williamsport 30 $83,860
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Caguas 1890 $47,920
Carolina 1890 $47,920
San Juan 1890 $47,920
Ponce 60 $19,180
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbia 1030 $51,810
Mauldin 870 $51,210
Greenville 870 $51,210
Anderson 870 $51,210
Charleston 300 $67,180
North Charleston 300 $67,180
Spartanburg 240 $63,430
Florence 70 $61,480
Beaufort N/A $52,140
Hilton Head Island N/A $52,140
Bluffton N/A $52,140
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 610 $87,210
Rapid City 100 $91,370
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Murfreesboro 3560 $65,140
Franklin 3560 $65,140
Davidson 3560 $65,140
Nashville 3560 $65,140
Knoxville 1200 $68,910
Jackson 160 $46,790
Cleveland 100 $76,030
Johnson City 100 $90,020
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Arlington 10870 $78,980
Fort Worth 10870 $78,980
Dallas 10870 $78,980
Austin 10200 $107,050
Round Rock 10200 $107,050
Sugar Land 6780 $85,240
Houston 6780 $85,240
The Woodlands 6780 $85,240
San Antonio 710 $65,470
New Braunfels 710 $65,470
El Paso 300 $72,880
Edinburg 210 $84,770
Mission 210 $84,770
McAllen 210 $84,770
Longview 180 N/A
Lubbock 170 $73,910
Midland 160 $95,070
College Station 120 $72,390
Bryan 120 $72,390
San Angelo 100 $73,150
Odessa 90 $62,820
Amarillo 90 $76,120
Corpus Christi 90 $86,670
Waco 80 $53,650
Tyler 80 $109,380
Killeen 60 $62,710
Temple 60 $62,710
Abilene 30 $76,000
Beaumont N/A $117,180
Port Arthur N/A $117,180
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 2170 $102,500
Orem 1300 $52,710
Provo 1300 $52,710
Ogden 410 $87,240
Clearfield 410 $87,240
St. George 50 $53,540
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 350 $79,970
Burlington 350 $79,970
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 960 $87,760
Lynchburg 190 $93,360
Roanoke 180 $71,610
Charlottesville 140 $55,210
Radford 130 $66,350
Blacksburg 130 $66,350
Christiansburg 130 $66,350
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bellevue 3820 $91,030
Tacoma 3820 $91,030
Seattle 3820 $91,030
Spokane Valley 250 $47,280
Spokane 250 $47,280
Olympia 90 $107,800
Tumwater 90 $107,800
Richland 80 $57,180
Kennewick 80 $57,180
Bellingham 70 $56,010
Yakima 40 $51,780
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 110 $48,950
Vienna N/A $52,020
Parkersburg N/A $52,020
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Waukesha 1820 $76,630
West Allis 1820 $76,630
Milwaukee 1820 $76,630
Madison 650 $69,270
Appleton 170 $81,760
Racine 80 $73,680
Fond du Lac 80 $92,030
Oshkosh 70 $61,070
Neenah 70 $61,070
Eau Claire 70 $80,350
Beloit 30 $106,240
Janesville 30 $106,240
Green Bay N/A $79,070
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 50 N/A

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2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Durable Goods Wholesale 122,930 30% $64,330
Non-durable Goods Wholesale 71,170 17% $71,450
Online Wholesale 58,690 14% $77,190
Professional And Technical Services 42,710 10% $77,800
Electronics And Computer 18,210 4% $74,400
Telecommunications 12,050 2% $75,240
Traditional Publishing 10,750 2% $75,210
Chemicals 9,900 2% $72,650
Machinery 8,240 2% $65,410
Business Management 8,090 1% $77,860
Office Services And Staffing 6,240 1% $64,960
Miscellaneous Manufacturing 4,470 1% $65,050
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