Can you really get a job as an Associate Manager with no work experience whatsoever?

Was looking through the classifieds looking for my first job and saw this ad saying it is an entry level position & was wondering if a 17 year old with no work experience should even go in to apply for this job? Heres the ad: Big Lots-Associate Manager (Entry Level) Interested in joining the Country's largest broad line closeout value retailer? Big Lots has opportunities for a Associate Manager for our Store in [[CITY,STATE]] The Associate Manager (entry level) provides direction to all associates regarding merchandising, inventory control, and customer service when acting as the Manager on Duty. He/she utilizes information in our company policy and procedures manuals, and our Business Initiatives when making all business decisions. Interested Candidates should apply in person: [[ADRESS]] Essential Duties and Responsibilities (include but are not limited to the following): 1. Maintain a high level of customer service. 2. Provide clear work direction to associates. 3. Demonstrate the Values of Big Lots through all interactions with customers and associates. 3. Complete task assignments on time and correctly. 4. Assist in the management all store processes to company standards as directed. 5. Comply with all company policies and procedures. 6. Ensure that the appearance of the stores interior and exterior are maintained to standards. 7. Build and maintain positive customer, associate, and peer relationships.

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