I'm a 19 year old who only has a year of college due to the school closing, and I tried to get a job for the past five months. I only had four interview's out of dozens of applications sent out and still no bite, and many of the jobs seem to be far from my area of living. As of right now I'm going for GameStop since I'm close to what their looking for in a employee, but I feel like evey time mine pop's up they throw it away for being untrained…
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Im really nice I like playing video games so im really like to work at GameStop.
Personally it was interacting with the customers and helping them pick out the best product for them and hope for them to return satisfied only to receive great customer service once again.
Game stop is a very good place to work. I encourage everyone to apply.
The overall people that I worked with where great. The fact that the company criticized their employees based on sales of warranty, merchandise, subscriptions, and pre order sales every week as a means to punish or reward employees for the performance of the store is by far the stupidest and most shortsighted stance on corporate greed that I have ever seen in a practice. The company does not care if the sales from the previous year can be matched…
Don't. It's all about numbers and not the gaming experience.
Hey I'm Antoine L Clemons Jr and I'm 13 years of I'm looking for a summer job and you guys are hiring,keep me in touch my number is 872-702-1481
How old you have to be to work at gamestop