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Dress like you really want the job, professional and with good taste. For ladies no heavy makeup and for guys no crazy hairstyles. Once you have the job still dress appropriate according to the job dress code.

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Microsoft pays Bi-weekly

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No Not a bad job just very technical and can take up to 6 months before you fully understand how to help customers. I would recommend to anyone who likes a challenge and like dealing with multiple situations

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No benefits for contractual employ.

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They are different in some aspects, the Sales Associate- objective to sale the product to meet a quota for marketing reasons for the company. A Consumer Product Advisor- objective is to help promote the company and it's products, they are their to suggest products that the customer may be interested in.

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Not bad, but it's subject to the location's mall hours, and closings are subject to corporate decision. So if it's a snowstorm in the southeast, someone in Washington decides if it's bad enough to close the store, which isn't the best ever.

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Started my own business

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Not much they could have done since this is a location-based decision.

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You are trained based on the type of service the store offers. they will give you specific training and help you along the way but most of the time your job will be 70% based on providing good customer service and 30% tech work.

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