salesclerk


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Airport duty free stores close late at night and open early in the morning, so salesclerks have to go home late at night and come to work early the next morning," he said.
Mendoza then pushes even further, sharing a personal story about being snubbed by a salesclerk at a nearby department store, she believes, because she is Latina.
If you enter a store, for example, a salesclerk might appear and ask you what you would like to buy.
The cast of characters includes the author's wife, supportive yet skeptical; his two young daughters, with their innocent insights into their father's preoccupation; his astrologer mother, offering a different take on the stars; his father, a pragmatic workingman; his brother-in-law, a helpful handyman; various critics and kibitzers who delight in discouraging him; and his nemesis, the salesclerk at the building-supply store, always there to burst the author's bubble, lower his self-esteem, and empty his wallet.
An entry-level job in the service sector, such as the reception desk at an upmarket hotel or a salesclerk in a pharmacy, begins at 3,500 to 4,500 rupees a month.
When I entered the store I must have had an inexperienced look on my face because the salesclerk directed me immediately to the seminar room; she knew I wasn't there to buy tools
In the film, as "The It Gift," Bow plays a "lowly" salesclerk in a large department store.
In one case, a Nebraska woman received a $29,000 damage award because a salesclerk who had been working at the store for only a month failed to ring up both pieces of a two-piece outfit purchased by the shopper.
I asked the pretty young salesclerk, who was absently flipping through a magazine.
But the duplication control is difficult for elderly people to understand,'' said a salesclerk.
Ask the students if they have ever purchased candy and seen the salesclerk weigh the candy to determine the cost.
Wang Meihua (not her real name), a perky salesclerk in her mid-20s dressed in a bright red Wal-Mart polo shirt and blue jeans, says most workers earn about $84 to $96 a month.
You enter a computer store, eavesdrop on conversations, and butt in, spending 20 minutes correcting the salesclerk
In the end, Billy Bean resolves his wardrobe crisis at A|X Armani Exchange, where a helpful gay salesclerk steers him toward a short-sleeved collared shirt in powder blue.
4) So it was possible for the Benetton salesclerk to see Williams as markedly other than an abstract arm's-length transactor because American culture overdetermines her as black, just as it does the countless other black Americans it casts, according to Regina Austin, as "potential shoplifters, thieves, or deadbeats" (5) whenever we try to enter retail markets on an equal footing with whites.