How to get a job at Lowe's.

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Do you work at Lowe's? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?

Any advice for someone trying to get in?

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Joe in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

111 months ago

Anybody know about Lowe's corporate avaition department in Statesville, NC? I understand they operate six Falcons. Any Lowe's pilots out there willing to talk?

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rudyshar8 in Brewerton, New York

110 months ago

I had 4 interviews at Lowes in Cicero. I was so excited because they say after the first 2 it is usually a good sign. I scored low on my last interview, but I was nervous and probably didn't think before I answered. I am a sales specialist at one of the other boxes and have been for 3 years -- I do know my customer service, I know what to do when situations arise, and for them not to hire me because of a question, and not tell you the reason why I was not going to be hired, is very, very upsetting. I have been #1 in the store in sales and ESP rate for many months. I have the background and I have the knowledge of specialty sales, also have the expediting background to go along with this. I really wish they would reconsider my input on the last test. I would love to work at Lowes.

Thank you -- Sharon LaGrange

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valiant in Salem, Massachusetts

83 months ago

First of all HD, does the same thing. I've seen well qualified people be turned away, in turn for the unqualified person. Unqualified people don't have to be paid well. We received 4 people 3 months ago, and because they hired the cheapies instead of the good ones, they've already been fired. If they just realized that hiring good people is cheaper in the long run (less training, etc.), we'd be up to our yingyangs in interviews.

Second, Lowes is the same as HD. Don't kid yourself into thinking it isn't. I've worked for both. I'm still at HD for only one reason. The pay. Lowe's would pay me the same, but to leave now, and lose my vacation time, etc, just to trade one evil for the other, doesn't seem to make any sense.

No, if you want the truth about the Lowe's vs. Home Depot debate, it's that there is no truth. The training orientation for HD tells you that Lowe's is a horrible place to work for. The training orientation for Lowe's tells you that HD is a horrible place to work for. It's like two evil armies trying to build up their troops for d-day.

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Linda Marie B in Bridgeville, Delaware

55 months ago

I applied for jobs at Lowes 4 or 5 times with emails saying they are not needing my qualifications at this time. Why do they keep putting the jobs out there when they aren't really wanting to fill them? I must be over qualified for the job. Why is it so HARD to get in Lowes?? Advise is welcomed here*----Thanks.

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Ron in Bluefield, West Virginia

55 months ago

You say you are so great at everything but you flub an interview & score low? doesnt add up ...

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