sophisticated factor. look into in yahoo or google. that may help!
by Russell - 10 hours ago
very confusing thing. try searching in yahoo and bing. just that can help!
by Judith - 10 hours ago
depends what you put down as the minimum you would accept on your application. I used to work at walmart as a cashier and I put $9 an hour on my application, and that is what I got when I started. The girl who got hired with me(also a cashier) put $8 an hour, and that is what she got paid. 2 people, same age, same no experience, and I got paid $1 an hour more than she did.
by jay k - 10 hours ago
It will depend on the going rates in your area so there's no way any of us all over the internet can give you an exact answer. Call the store to find out for sure-their number is in the phone book.
by MyHandsAreMadeOfPasta - 10 hours ago
Probably minimum wage. Walmart isn't nice to its employees.
by pamplemo1 - 10 hours ago
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