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3 hours only. Not worth my time. Quit within two months

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I was the one who was encharge of staffing since it was a brand new store. Background checks, job observations and references where the only steps

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It took me a while. Probably four weeks

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Bright & fun colors

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Most of their interview questions are open ended and are meant to dig deeper than just what your previous jobs are. They will ask you "about a time you had multiple projects going on at once. How did you handle everything and what was the outcome?" The purpose is to be assured you can multitask with ease without being overwhelmed or giving up. Most of the interview is designed like this.

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Sometimes it is difficut for them to find a shift for everyone, so you might work about two to three days a week.

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A bunch of questions then had to pick an outfit out with a great attitude

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Depends on the position and manager. Could be the next day, could be weeks from now.

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As a Style Advisor, the hours given per week and the pay in which you receive for those hours is not worth it long term. However, if you are a minor (under 18), this position is perfect for you. Also, if you excel at this position, there is a possibility to work your way up the ladder to a position and pay more suited for long term investment.

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Yes this is a great first job for a teenager.

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