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Based on 4,765 responses, the job of Retail Store Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.71 out of 5. On average, Retail Store Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Retail Store Manager?

April 2014
Retail Store Manager:
Pros: The challengeunappreciated.
Cons: The hours.
April 2014
"How To Be Happy Working 60+ Hrs A Week."
Retail Store Manager:
Try and make a career around what your passion in life is. You spend enough time in work, try and enjoy it.
May 2014
"This Was A Buy Out And Merger."
Retail Store Manager:
This job requires skill of managing people, hiring, training, recruiting, budget payroll, control of inventory, preparing for special events, solving problems. In gaining value and meeting expectations, one has to be totally committed and you must also maintain a stress free environment.
May 2014
"Stressful but fun."
Retail Store Manager:
Pros: It can be exciting and fun and I'm surrounded by pretty things all the time.
Cons: Its hectic and stressful and the hours and pay are inconsistent.
May 2014
Retail Store Manager:
Pros: Managing people.
Cons: Unrealistic budgets.
May 2014
Retail Store Manager:
Pros: Fast paced and different not routined.
Cons: Pay, not enough hours given to staff, benefits, behind on times not able to control your own inventory.
May 2014
"A Strong Corporate Culture, Work Life Balance, Collaboration."
Retail Store Manager:
Pros: Share passion with others, able to explore my own talents and strengths and use them in other areas of the job.
Cons: Not so bad to come home smelling like coffee.... it could be worse.