District manager

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How to become a District Manager

To work as a district manager, you will need to get a bachelor's degree in business management, restaurant and hospitality management, or similar fields. On-the-job experience in the line of work is a must. Most managers spend many years in a company as general employees or as store managers before they reach leadership level in their respective fields. Some of the most valuable IT certifications today, according to the 2019 Robert Half Technology Salary Guide: Certified Scrum Master (CSM), AWS Certified Solutions Architect and Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH).

What skills help District Managers find jobs?

  • Profit & Loss
  • Restaurant Experience
  • Financial Analysis
  • Retail Management
  • Management Experience
  • Operations Management
  • Financial Report Interpretation
  • Store Management Experience
  • Leadership Experience
  • Conflict Management
  • Succession Planning
  • P&L Management

Career progression for District Manager

Education levels for District Managers

0%2%7%25%65%Doctoral DegreeMaster's DegreeAssociate's DegreeHigh School Diploma or GEDBachelor's Degree

Based on the requirements of District Manager job openings on Indeed in the United States within the last three years.

Expected salary by experience

0-44-88-1212-1616-2020-24Years of experience49k56k62k69k75kAnnual salary in USD

Based on resume data from Indeed users who reported working as a District Manager in the United States within the last three years.

Common qualifications for District Managers

  • Driver's License
  • ServSafe
  • ASE Parts Specialist Certification
  • Diesel Mechanic Certification
  • ASE Certification
  • Series 6
  • Class E
  • Life Insurance License
  • Certified Arborist
  • Certified Apartment Manager
  • Cosmetology License
  • CMCA