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Structure

There are three main sectors of the personal-care products industry: manufacturing, made up of those who design and produce personal-care products; marketing, whose members create marketing campaigns to develop interest in and demand for the products; and retail sales, made up of the individuals and stores that actually sell these goods to consumers. Of course, there are also many other important careers in the personal-care products industry, including public relations specialists, lawyers, human resources professionals, administrative workers (receptionists, secretaries, etc.), accountants, auditors, customer-service representatives, upper level managers and executives, and information management and technology workers.

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