salespeople

[seylz-pee-puhl]
plural noun
people engaged in selling.

Origin:
1875–80, Americanism; sales + people

Example sentences
Even such customer-oriented salespeople were found to lose all respect from
  customers for having barked at a co-worker.
The college-admissions game isn't so different from recruiting basketball
  players or salespeople, he says.
All other character traits pale into insignificance, that is why salespeople
  have such radically different personalities.
Presumably, clinicians and salespeople excel in sensitivity to others, poets
  and mystics in sensitivity to themselves.
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