Cashier at McDonald’s

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics(BLS), more than 3.5 million Americans work as cashiers in the United States, in companies that range from convenience stores to gas stations to big box retailers to fast food restaurants, and the number of these type of jobs is expected to remain static over the next decade. Cashiers generally work eight to ten-hour shifts. They may work overnight shifts, as many of these businesses are open 24 hours a day. These workers earn an average salary of $10.11 per hour (or $21,030 per year for full-time work), according to the BLS. However, this Continue Reading

Walmart Stocker, Backroom and Receiving Associate

Job Description Stockers play a vital role in a Walmart store by ensuring shelves are constantly full of merchandise for sale in a presentable fashion with accurate prices. This process typically starts in the backroom or warehouse where inventory is received, unpacked, scanned and organized before placement on the sales floor. Once the merchandise is prepared, stockers are often responsible for transporting / carting it to the sales floor and neatly placing it in the proper location ensuring accurate prices. Depending on store procedures and the type of merchandise involved, a stocker may need to follow restock reports, understand safe Continue Reading

From Cashier to Store Manager

Back in 2009, Amanda Whitehurst was just a temp cashier in Walmart. By 2019, she was a manager of a Walmart supercenter in Crossett, Arkansas. At the time, she was just looking for anything. “If they hire me, it’ll be until I find a real job” Her supervisor at the time helped her balance work and her home life. She had two young kids, 8 and 10 and her assistant manager worked with her schedule to make sure that she could spend time with them. From that point, she figured she could actually stay at Walmart. She applied for a Continue Reading

Costco raises minimum wage to $15/hr

Everyone knows that shopping at Costco is great, but Costco is also a great place to work at. According to the 2013 Retail Report Card, Costco has the most satisfied employees. They value their employees, offer great benefits for part time employees, give frequent breaks and even time and a half pay on Sundays. They also don’t open on Thanksgiving and Christmas, allowing their employees to enjoy those holidays with their families. On top of that, they just raised their minimum wage to $15/hr. Source: Business Insider https://www.businessinsider.com.au/costco-raises-minimum-wage-war-for-talent-2019-3https://www.businessinsider.com/why-employees-love-working-for-costco-2013-11 Costco Jobs in your area