I worked at HSN in in the sales department and had a blast. Unfortunately my dad just had had surgery back home in Los Angeles, so I had to head back home. But I left on the best of terms. They were good to me, too.
I noticed some people had issues about working at HSN. You should just be thankful that you had a job, honestly. I know it's hard, but some of us are having trouble just finding ANY work. And I know at HSN, if you showed initiative and the right attitude, people noticed. So while you're making less money this year, maybe in 5 years you'll be making more. I enjoyed working there, thought I was treated fairly, and just thought it was a neat place to work. I have worked at a lot of jobs since, but HSN has it together, believe me. Ultimately, your attitude will lead you where you want to go. If you don't like where you are, you probably won't stay. If you do, you probably will.
Sorry about all the replies, but if anyone knows how I can get in touch with someone other than thru that job board, I'd be most appreciative. Thanks :)