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Books-A-Million caters to readers who aren't millionaires. The third-largest US bookseller (behind Amazon and Barnes & Noble) operates some 230 stores in about two dozen states and Washington, DC. Most of its outlets are superstores operating under the Books-A-Million, Books & Co., and 2nd & Charles names and offer discounted books, magazines, music, DVDs, and general merchandise. Most locations also feature Joe Muggs cafes, which serve coffee and pastries. In addition to its superstores, Books-A-Million runs about 20 smaller-scale Bookland and Books-A-Million locations...
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Pros: The environment and product list made it fun and very interesting to be involved in. Great products and good prices. – Full Review
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jackson, TN Jun 2012 – Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Interview Details – Filled out an online application. Took an aptitude test (basic math and rhetoric). Came for an open interview the next Monday. I wore a button down shirt and some khakis. Got a call back that Tuesday. I went through two interviews. – Full Interview
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