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    Good Job for teens

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    Former Employee - Front End Cashier
    Former Employee - Front End Cashier

    I worked at Jewel-Osco

    Pros

    The pros of jewel is that it is a well structured job for teens and teaches young adults a good work ethic, in a well organized setting.

    Cons

    Not a career, the pay is low and the more you make an hour the less hours you will work, it a tedious job and there is not much room to grow.


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    Cashier Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Bolingbrook, IL
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 1 dayinterviewed at Jewel-Osco (Bolingbrook, IL).

    Interview

    Your simple basic interview of why you want to work here and what are your skills. Interviewer was nice, was hired on the spot. Was followed up by a drug testing. Was given hours within the next few days after interview. Very quick and easy.

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Website www.jewelosco.com
Headquarters Itasca, IL
Size 5000+ Employees
Operated By Albertsons
Founded 1899
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Retail
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Walgreens, Dominick's, ALDI

Jewel-Osco operates about 180 combination food-and-drug stores mostly in Illinois, but also in Indiana, and Iowa. The regional chain is the #1 seller of groceries in Chicago with 30-plus stores there and about 40% of the market (ahead of Safeway-owned Dominick's). Jewel-Osco trails rival Walgreen in pharmacy sales in Chicago. The company also runs about 30 fuel centers. Started as the Jewel Tea Company in 1899 and formerly the Midwest division of Albertson's (now Albertsons LLC), Jewel-Osco was sold to grocery retailer and wholesaler SUPERVALU in 2006. Long accustomed to... More

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