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Thinking about looking for part-time work retail

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Topic: Thinking about looking for part-time work retail
Posted By: mtptl
Subject: Thinking about looking for part-time work retail
Date Posted: September 12 2010 at 11:17pm


I've been out of the regular work force for over a year now and would like sometime out of the house. I've had another baby and have been working from home (I sew). I was thinking Christmas is just around the corner, so stores will probably be looking for seasonal employees.

I've been in gaming for the last ten years, but worked retail off and on before that, but never for any substantial amount of time. So:
- Do I mention my retail experience although it was quite some time ago and never lasted very long?
- Do I need to make up a resume to include with my applications? If so, do I include retail experience?
- Is going in and asking for an application still the way most places handle things? Or do I wait for a posting on the net, or just mail in my resume?

I'm feeling like an old dog trying to learn new tricks! lol Any advice will be appreciated! Thanks in advance.


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Posted By: 050607clh
Date Posted: September 30 2010 at 2:52am
For many young working environment is good, can gain more experience.

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