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Trevor Ahlberg
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    Former Employee - Store Manager  in  Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Store Manager in Houston, TX

    I worked at Cash Store full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    tthe starting pay is 14 to 15 dollars an hour and increase 3 to 4 times in increments of .30 to .60 within the first year... u will make good money...

    Cons

    Stay assistant store manager because if you become a store manager its mandatory to work 47 hours, which only good for the over time pay. But if your store do not profit due to people not paying back it's on you. The company have created this make a friend technique which is crap because u suppose to befriend customer. YOU can kiss @$$ to your customers all day all if they do not want to pay their not going too, eespecially if their intentions are not to pay the money back. If your is the an certain area... The store can profit or lose money. . As the store manager it fall on u...no matter how hard u work.... One more thing as a store manager you do not have the power to actually write the asst. manager up only the district manager has that power. So in other if you have a lazy staff there's nothing you can do about it but as soon as the district manager walked through the door they're working their hearts out. And the district manager cannot write them up unless seeing it with there own eyes.....If u choose to become a store manager at the company pick your store carefully do not pick first store they throw at u that store manager position is open for a reason.. If u in school company's not willing to work around school schedule...

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