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    Hello!

    Does anybody know of, or have experience of working part time or full time for MUJI? What are they like as a company to work for?

    I have read often not to work for shops of which are your favourite and you have a personal love for? Is this true?

    Note: Due to social anxiety and other issues. (I wont go into detail) I have not worked a part time job before. (I am a full time student). But thats another story!

    Please let me know!

    Thank you!
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    i_may I've never worked for MUJI, but I have worked for stores/bars that I've loved and yes it does totally change your impression of them. It's not always great to work at your favourite place, as then your favourite place becomes work! Discount is pretty handy though...
 
 
 
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