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What places can i work that pay over 9 dollars an hour that would hire with no prior experience?

I'm 18 and just out of school. I'm tired of food service jobs that pay shit and most retail jobs either pay too little as well, or wont hire me because i have no experience. I have no choice but to move out very soon and i don't want to settle for less and struggle to barely get by. Some help is very much needed!!!!!!

Asked By: Killuhh. - 1/18/2009
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With the economy is such distress, you really should be thankful for whatever you can get. Nobody likes retail or food service - nobody. But retail and food service builds character and shows that you worked from the bottom up... More
Answered By: Lydia - 1/18/2009
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In my area (Ontario - so it may be diff other places, min. wage here is I *think* 8.75) most call centers start you off at about 10.00, though that is because the work can be stressful and/or boring, so I don't think it's for everyone. Never worked in one myself but I did go to an interview at one... More
Answered By: perdylilpeaches - 1/18/2009
 
well im not sure where you live so you'll just have to look around. be a waitress. or work at hooters (if ur a girl) i don't know of any places that pay over 9 dollars with no experience.
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Answered By: Nicole - 1/18/2009
 
Road construction/repair. Crappy work, but OK pay.
Answered By: Of The Wood . - 1/18/2009
 
costco, great place to work otherwise starbucks is a great employer, but they are in the food service business. whole foods, again same issue though. nordstroms if you like sales. also, look around in your community for established employers. many will help pay for college while you work for them.
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