Jobs In Retail: Cashiers -- Who's Hiring, What They Pay & More

cashier retail reviews hourly payLooking for jobs in retail? Want to try your hand as a cashier? We looked into some well-known retailers to find cashier jobs open right now and share with you what it's like to work there from current cashiers at these companies along with what you can expect to earn.

Check out these five companies hiring cashiers now...

WalMart Cashier

"Excellent job for a college student like myself. If I ever needed more or less hours, certain days off or a schedule change, management was always very supportive of me and worked with me." – WalMart Cashier (Lewisville, TX)

"you will have to work with a number of people all types so you will have to be good at good customer service a be able to work at a fast pace." – WalMart Cashier Associate (Chicago, IL)

Hourly Pay: $8.52

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Home Depot Cashier

"Flexible schedule, great for those working at HD for a second job" – Home Depot Cashier (location n/a)

"They make you work on weekends mandatory." – Home Depot Cashier (Fairfax, VA)

Hourly Pay: $9.37

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Lowes Cashier

"The company cares about its people and has almost monthly cookouts. They are usually fair in their dealings with employees and customers alike." – Lowes Head Cashier (Springfield, MO)

"Constant rotating shifts. Can be early 1 day and close next day. Raise are not based on merit. Small pay raise at same time for each anniversary." – Lowes Cashier II (Chandler, AZ)

Hourly Pay: $9.42

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Wegmans Cashier

"Wegmans is a great company in itself to work for. They care about their employees- always giving coupons for things to keep you living a healthy lifestyle. Things like running shoes, healthy foods, etc." – Wegmans Cashier (State College, PA)

"Benefits don't kick in until a year after employment. Have to be able to work during most holidays as Wegmans is open 364 days of the year. Stand all day and only get a 10 min break every 4 hours." – Wegmans Cashier (Princeton, NJ)

Hourly Pay: $8.73

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Fresh Market Cashier

"People look after everyone, nice people good pay, OK hours" – Fresh Market Cashier (Huntsville, AL)

"No communication. I subscribed to customers email just to get information." – Fresh Market Cashier (Greensboro, NC)

Hourly Pay: $8.13

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Don't expect many "perks" with these jobs, but for those who need to supplement their income, these are pretty good jobs, and one meets a wide range of customers, etc. There's also a 10% discount for employees who shop there as well. Handling money accurately and efficiently/speedily is a good job skill and gives solid experience for other retail opportunities. In this day & age, any paying job is not to be sneezed at!

June 26 2012 at 10:01 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
uptowngirltpa can you live off these low wages...........its like rent, car, food is all so much more than the wage. and companies just keep making more are we suppose to afford what everyone is selling at less than 10 bucks an hour......makes no sense.

June 26 2012 at 9:57 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Whats a job, and how do I get one?

March 14 2012 at 4:29 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply

Its always nice to think you can take a few days off wtih pay if you have been a dedicated worker and need time when you are sick, someone in family sick or passed away instead of knowing you have nothing coming for being off. If you have bills to pay this is really a hardship.....but so many employers are greedy and reallly dont care enough to make sure these dedicated employes are taken care of.

It's time employers appreciate these workers and instill some benefits for them.

November 21 2011 at 1:54 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

If they give benefits such / insurance, paid vacation time, holidays...but limit you to working under 40 hrs a week to prevent you from getting overtime. All should be taken in consideration by the governing body on these issues.

November 21 2011 at 1:46 AM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply

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