Chase Bank or Sears? were would you rather work?
Im 18 years old and I recently got a job at chase bank as a personal financial rep, its a 40 hour a week job. I am currently going to school full and will need to drop classes to accommodate for this job, but i already have a part time sales job at sears. What should i do? go to chase bank and go to school less or stay with sears and go to school full time. I am interested in the banking industry and advancing in it though.
Asked By: - 4/8/2010
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The only advantage to staying at Sears would be to finish school quicker. I would go with Chase. Sounds like you would be getting lots of invaluable experience and maybe get your foot in the door early before graduation. It all depends on how much more time it would take you to finish school... More
Answered By: Lorelei - 4/12/2010
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bank of america
Answered By: Chris - 4/8/2010
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