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When I worked for jc Penney I got paid 2x a month alot better than the job that I had before JC Penney I loved it and still do. You can actually pay bills
When I was hired my starting pay was $10.20, a few months in and it increased by 20cents. A couple of months later and I had decided to transfer to save on transportation. It was when I transferred that my final hourly pay was $11.50. From Dulles to Hyattsville... whilst living in DC.
Unfortunately, the employee review has a section on getting credit card apps. You may not get a good raise if you didn't meet your goals, which is very unfair. The interest rate is horrendous so I encourage customers to pay off their balance right away. This was the part about working at JCP that I could not stand. $2 is not going to make or break me.
What exactly does a Cash Counting Associate do? Is experience needed for applying for this position? What are the hours and pay like?
Sales. no experience needed.
Comission or hourly, whichever is the higher number for the pay period. If you worked 60 hours at 10/hr your pay would be 600 but if you did 700 in comission you will get the comission instead. Unless you’re a master you will almost never bring in enough to make comission it just doesn’t happen.