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    So I just started uni this week and I was in the SU when I got approached by two girls who said they were recruiting for hollister and wanted me for an interview. I took their card, even though I already have a job.

    I've been working at Spar since February and I get paid £5.20 an hour plus the Spar is 10 minutes from my house. Also it's a zero hour contract so pretty flexible if i want to work more/less. However, at Spar, we only have 8 hour shifts and they are 7-3 and 3-11. Plus I like the people I'm working with and am a bit attached.

    If I was working at Hollister, I'd have to get a bus into town (20 mins). But it pays about £6 an hour or so I've heard, and you get discount.

    What should I do?????? HELP!
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    Moved to the right place for you

    Personally, I'd say stay where you are unless the job is at risk. For me, the extra time and money spent travelling would trump the small increase in pay you'd get 9an increase which you've only "heard" and don't have confirmation of.
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    I would stay where you are
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    Spar.

    Why would you want to work in a cave full of narcissists
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    go to hollister
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    Hey ! Id say stay where you are as well. I actually quitted Hollister a month ago because I hardly ever got hours ... Its a great shop and all but its not worth working there since I would work 2 weeks straight and then wouldnt get any shifts for the rest of the month :/
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    Stay at Spar.
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    I work at Hollister, its great fun and pays 6.25 an hour!!I've met so many awesome people.
    go for Hollister unless your happy where your at.
 
 
 
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