How do you have to be to work at GameStop?
GameStop hires workers to assist shoppers with making selections and offer knowledge of the current game market.
Employees must be at least 16 years old for entry-level positions.
Can you work at GameStop at 15?
Because the minimum age to work at GameStop is 18 years old, 15-year-old’s are unable to work here but we do have a page on our website specifically for 15-year-olds that you can view instead.
What is GameStop’s starting pay?
Salary and Compensation
Many entry-level GameStop game advisors start out making $8.00 an hour. With good job performance, the average hourly wages can increase up to $10.00. GameStop also offers many enticing job perks and other employment benefits.
Is GameStop a good part time job?
GameStop is a great place to work part-time, like for students. The atmosphere is always laid back, and you just kinda hang out and talk video games with all the customers. It’s kinda like that movie High Fidelity where they work at a record store and talk music all day. Sell.
How many hours do GameStop employees work?
Working part time as a game adviser at Gamestop will give you about 4-12 hours a week, except for Nov-Dec. It’s always going to be an evening shift (4-9) or a weekend (mostly evening) shift.
How old does Best Buy hire?
What age does subway hire?
The general starting age is 13, but your parents must sign a contract to allow you to begin working with their consent.
Is GameStop a good first job?
It’s a good job to learn customer skills and learn how to sale items to people but it seems to start part time only so you’ll be juggling 2 or more jobs when you work at GameStop. Good first time job for sure. It tries to install good customer service skills, time management and visual standards.
Do they drug test at GameStop?
The Gamestop Drug Test
It will be an unsupervised drug test. That’s really easy to pass, and you don’t have to worry about it at all. If all that happens, they will then test it for the presence of drug metabolites, usually five types: cannabis, cocaine, opiates, PCP, and amphetamines.