If you are a teenager and you are looking for a way to earn some extra dough then considering Toys R Us job applications may be one of the best choices available to you. Many teenagers choose to work in fast food or retail businesses because of the typically easier hiring process and the belief that a lower paying job is much easier to break into. However, in today’s economy, this is no longer true.
Getting one of the Toys R Us jobs is not as easy as it used to be because many people are trying to get hired for the same job you would be applying to! This is true in virtually every business. There are simply too many job applicants these days and not enough jobs. However, there are a few things teens can do to make themselves stand out and get noticed in order to place their Toys R Us job applications at the top of the pile.
The minimum age to work at Toys R Us is 16 years of age with the only exception being in parts of Canada where the minimum age is 15. This means you can consider working there part-time if you are a high school student, and indeed many high schoolers hook up with a job there until they either go off to college or consider another career route. Of course, some do stay on and they go on to bigger and brighter things within the company. It is not a bad idea to consider staying and moving up the ranks of success and even eventually have a chance at a high-paying corporate job. It really is all up to you.
Now for a real life story. I have a cousin who filled out a Toys R Us job application and he was hired within 3 weeks. He worked there for about 4 years before he was considered for a promotion as an assistant manager. His salary was all of a sudden substantially higher than he was used to, and he began socking away the money while still living at home. He is now a store manager after another 3 years and does not regret his decision to stay with the company and he now has a lovely wife and a baby on the way. The only drawback to the job in his opinion is he only has Monday and Tuesday off which means – yes, he has to work weekends. Not bad for a worker who started when he was a teenager and this should be certainly inspiring for people wanting to fill out Toys R Us Job applications.