Make Money With Retail Merchandising

by Brittney | Last Updated: July 28, 2020

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Are you interested in a flexible job where you can get out of the house?

Retail merchandising (sometimes called field merchandising) could be a good choice for you.

What is retail merchandising?

Have you ever gone to the grocery store and seen people stocking shelves (who don’t seem to actually work there)? That person might have been a retail or field merchandiser!

A merchandiser is sort of like a hybrid between a mystery shopper and stocker. A merchandiser’s job is to see how a company’s products are displayed in a store.

A merchandiser might do things like create displays, adjust prices, scan inventory, change inventory, and take photos of the product displays.

Companies That Hire Retail Merchandisers:

Requirements to Become a Field Merchandiser / Retail Merchandiser

To become a retail merchandiser you usually need at least a high school diploma or a GED, and most companies will require you to have your own transportation.

Retail Merchandiser Salary

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median salary for retail merchandisers for 2018 was $58,510. That’s pretty good if you ask me!


If you’re interested in trying out retail merchandising, check out some of the companies above!