I applied for a Sales Associate job at Anthropologie and got an email later saying that if candidates are interested in employment to come meet with the managers between 2 and 4 pm. I don't know if I should wear business casual attire like I would if I were going to an interview or something a little less casual (no jeans, of course). Help!!!
What should be my "Career Objectives" as a 17 y/o applying for a sales associate job? I've never had a job before, other than babysitting. I was thinking "Gain employment experience, people skills, cash register skills" What else, though?
I was wondering because i'm fifteen and wanted a job at a retail store, but hollister, abercrombie, hot topic, buckle, american eagle, pac sun, and aeropostale all offer jobs at 16 or up :( are there any retail stores offering part-time sales associate jobs for fifteen-year-olds?
Im applying for a sales associate job at best buy and this is my first job but in order to get the job i need experience and i have NONE! Is there any place i could go to (in miami, fl) that could train me , or can any body give me a few tips for the job?
I'm having trouble finding a job. I'm a third year english major with an associates degree, but not much work history. (one sales associate job and two summer jobs) I go to night school during the week and a day class on saturday. I think have a good resume, but even target didn't call me back. Any advise?
I am not that good at math but I am kind of scared if I apply for a sales associate job that I have to do any algebra or anything like that. If you work as a sales associate please tell me what you would be required to do so I can prepare for a job like this.
I have an interview at a shoestore for a sales associate job and my friend said they ask how would you get someone to purchase a pair of shoes? and i think i would be stuck on answering that can anyone help me with this please?
I saw an opening for part time sales associate job for Sprint, but I'm on Verizon wireless. Would I not be able to apply? Would it be weird to be applying at Sprint as a Verizon customer?
I still don't decide what to study in college, I just want to study 2 years thats why i am looking for a associates degree, I have read some articles online about some jobs i can get, But those articles do not have to much information. Can you guys give me a list of 2 year associate degree jobs.
My significant other got laid off just over a week ago. We had known layoffs were coming (but weren't sure whether he'd be affected) for nearly 4 months. During that time, we put our lives on hold (including plans for the future) and put all our energy into supporting him through the changes at work.
I have read the websites on emotions associated with job loss (loss of identity, self-esteem, etc.), but I sometimes forget what he is going through. When he has a good day, I then think everything is fine and start to push about the future / getting back to normal, which sends him back into a negative zone and makes him need even more space from me.
In reality, things are even more uncertain now that he is unemployed than they were when we feared unemployment - where will the next paycheque come from, will relocation be necessary, etc.?
How long do these negative emotions last? How severe are they? And how do I help him through this without pushing him away?
I called a local retail store about a part-time sales associate job and they said they need someone for a part-time keyholder position. The only retail experience I have is a few months, which was volunteer work/community service a few years ago. I told this to the women on the phone and she said to come up and apply for it anyways and get an interview. I thought these positions were for experience people in retail? What are my chances getting the job?
Ok so I am planning on going to the mall tomorrow to apply for a few jobs and put resumes in. There are a couple of places I know of that are for sure hiring but would it be okay to even apply anywhere else that I would like to work even if they have not advertised to hire? Or would that just be a waste of time? What about restaurants?
I'd like either a hostess job or a sales associate job
Hello = ) I have an interview at Guitar Center tomorrow and I have no idea what the proper way to dress is. I'm being interviewed for a sales associate job in the drum department. The way I normally dress is pretty much skinny jeans and a t-shirt. I'm unsure if they'll look down on me because I'm young, have a goofy haircut and stretched ears. ("gauges") What exactly would look appropriate? Thanks.
I just started a sales associate job at a major electronics retailer and all of the phones we have on the display table are labeled as having either an HTML or a WAP mobile browser in their descriptions. Many customers ask what this means, but I have no idea, my coworkers don't know, and I can't find it anywhere on the web. Any insight would be greatly appreciated, thank you!
I mean like if I was to apply for a sales associate job at jcpenneys, and i only wanted to work the summer, would I have a smaller chance at getting the job? Would I tell the interviewer this, or do I just quit when the summer is up?
The description doesn't say seasonal, so I'm guessing that if one gets hired, they have the job for as long as they are applicable for it.
I got my computer sales associate job on the spot and i'd like to send a followup letter, but I don't know what I should write at the body of the message. Can someone give me some ideas?
I have started a bit by saying "I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your time and..."
I always make up my previous employers when applying for jobs, because I have no work experience. I always put child care as previous work, but now I'm applying for a retail sales associate job & idk what I can put as a previous job that's close or somehow similiar to retail sales. Help please? - thank you
I'm applying to love culture
I am a law student applying for summer associate jobs. Can anyone please point me in the direction to find a great example of a law resume?
I'm applying to work at various department stores this summer -- I figure, why not, I'll probably get a discount on clothes -- but I have no idea how much to ask for. I don't want to ask for something insane, but I don't want to ask for too much because I'd like to get hired!
I made $7/hr at my last job, which was like four years ago now.
For the record, it's a part-time sales associate job at Carson Pirie Scott.
I just graduated from college. I have my BA. And basically ever since August I've been nonstop job searching and have found nothing. I was trying for Administrative Assistant jobs and also Mental Health jobs (I was a psych major) and I kept getting rejected from every job b/c I was too young/ inexperienced...
so now I'm trying for Sales Associate jobs and I'm even having trouble with those!!! w*f? I'm starting to lose it.