Hey guys! So I am currently in college and I got a job at forever 21. Had my interview today and got a call an hour later saying I got the position as a part time sales associate even though I had no retail experience, but I did have plenty of customer server experience. Anyway, I just want to hear from the ones that have worked at Forever or just a clothing store in general what is it like? Typically, how are the co-workers and managers, any helpful tips and advice to be successful in this job, and overall anything I should know beforehand, I will only be keeping it through the summer until I start next school year. Thanks!
I'm currently fixing up my resume right now, I need help with skills.
I'm applying for job in the retail industry, sales associate.
I'm also wondering how I should approach the workers to hand in my resume?
Should I ask for the manager? What should I say etc.
Any help is good :)
I'm attending delta community college-monroe, la. I'm going to change my major to business & technology. What type of job and salary would I get with an associates degree in this field ? I wasn't sure what to look for in order to look up the salary information for this major.
What is your job and what parts of it do you like and not like?
I have one next Thursday and I'm really nervous- it'll be my first interview ever. Do I sit around with a bunch of other people wanting the job and answer questions? Do a bunch of employees ask me questions?
I want to know what to expect if possible. Also, are there any tips I should know? Thanks!
Do you mind giving me information about the different job roles in Mcdonalds with a short information about them? Also would it be ok if you can tell me how motivation works in Mcdonalds, like rewards etc in the business?
thanks very much
I am curious how much sales associates for jcrew make.. I am contemplating applying for a job there but I want to know if it would be worth it.
Are there any benefits?
Do you get a discount and how much?
How about the clothes you wear: do they provide it, do you buy it?
They always look so good.
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
I only have one week's experience as a sales representitive. But I have a bachelor degree in business. And I want to work in retail in David jones. Any ideas? Can I make up some work experience that is untrackable because they are overseas?
Opinons? Practical ones?
I work in a locally owned retail store. It's my first job and I've been there for over a year (the longest out of the other sales associates) I'm really good at my job. My co-workers comment on that all the time and agree that I would be a great manager. I don't have leadership experience, so I understand I'm not ready yet... but I want to move in that direction. What steps can I take to be considered?
You can start working at publix when your 14 and since I turn 14 in April I would like to apply there. I have heard many people at school say that they want to work there this summer, so I will have alot of competition with them and others who apply. By the way I don't have to write a a resume since I'm not applying for a managing job.
I'm applying for a job at the Gap and I really want to ask someone who previously worked there to give me a very detailed description of all the work they perform.
I am 17 year old guy and our mall is notorious for hiring people that are above average in looks and are much older than I am. I would like to apply next year but my real questions are:
Should I even apply? I'm going to have the job for a solid year and then go to college.
How do I apply? How do I know they are hiring or do I just go up to the cashier and say "Hi, I'd like to take your job! (sarcasm)"
From friends I've heard that its really hard to get a job at one of the stores I am interested in without being gorgeous. This job will be for when I'm a year older and I'd like something like 6-9pm weekdays and 3-9 friday, 9-9 saturday 9-12 am Sunday.I have a ton of school achievements including state and national public speaking awards but no job experience other than volunteering. I've heard you have to seem like you NEED the job, but I'm well off enough that I don't.
Please tell me what you think (and I prefer no-"try an easier job first", unless its from personal experience)!
This summer i will be turning 16 in june, and im going to get a summer job. I want to work at hot topic, or forever 21. Do i need a resume when i turn in the job application, even though it's my first job? And if so, what is a resume, like what exactly do i need?
I'm 19 and I need a job that pays more then $300-$350 a week. I'm wanting to know if there is any jobs that pay around $700 with a morning shift or something.
So I am starting a new job. Nothing fantastic for me, just a retail job but I don't want to stay cashier for long. What is the best way to make sure they see that I actually am suited for more? And just so everyone doesn't think I'm looking for an easy way out, I am actually a hard, dedicated worker.
I am 24 years old at some crossroads no longer wanting a 9 to 5 job. I have always LOVED make up and am considering a career as a make up artist. Runway mainly but I am pretty open to anything involving make up. I would love any advice from actual make up artists on where I should start and how. Any advice would be great thanks!
What gestures, things could I do would make my manager like, or appreciate me? :)
Impress them, or think good of me, say good things of me? It's sales based my job.
Okay, I've worked at the same part-time retail store as a sales associate for the past two years while attending school, and for the most part it's been great. Good hours (25-30 hrs a week) and I love about 90?f my co-workers. The thing is my manager keeps trying to get me higher level positions at the store I currently work at as well as other stores, and has even set me up on interviews without even asking me if I was even interested in the job(s)! She just smiles and excitably tells me that she has found a "great opportunity" for me. The thing is, and I've told her this before, I'm happy where I'm at.
I don't plan on staying in retail forever, and I'm really not looking for a full time job while being a full time student. I also don't want to take away a good opportunity for someone else who would like/need the position I did not even want in the first place. I know she's doing this because she wants whats best for me, but I just don't know how to make her understand that I'm not interested in going somewhere else or even moving up at the store I currently work at. She tells me all the time what an asset I am to her and her store and she could really use someone like me in more of a management position. My boss is a wonderful person and I don't want to be rude or disappoint her. How can I politely get it through her head I'm not looking for a new/better job?
I worked as a crisis counselor for a while. I want to back away from actually working within mental health. I also have a minor in Sociology and administrative skills. Any clever ideas?