SA's pay cheque?

Smith

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This has been discussed on previous threads. Just use the search feature and you should find something. I do not know what the salary range is for SAs. Good luck and hopefully you will find your answer.
 

The Snorks

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I heard that SAs who are not managers make apx 18/hour??
$18/hr isn't much, considering the profit that LVMH makes each year. Do they pay all of their SAs this amount across the board (meaning from state to state)? If so, $18/hr is great for an employee working in Kentucky, but not so great for one in Manhattan, when cost of living is taken into consideration.
 

lmpsola

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$18/hr isn't much, considering the profit that LVMH makes each year. Do they pay all of their SAs this amount across the board (meaning from state to state)? If so, $18/hr is great for an employee working in Kentucky, but not so great for one in Manhattan, when cost of living is taken into consideration.
I was thinking the same thing Snorks! That doesn't seem that much when you take living expenses into consideration! I am curious to know too!
 

imgg

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I personaly think it's pretty good considering it is still retail sales. I'm not sure what most SA make now, but my guess would be on average $10-$12. :confused1: I worked retail sales while I was in college....:yucky:
 

edsbgrl

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This is an interesting question that I'm curious about too. Do they work 40hr weeks at $15/$18 an hr or are they under 40 hrs a week?

......I think I'd take $18hr just to be around all the LV items :nuts: :drool: :P . Given my entire payck would be going to bags. :rochard:
 

jimmyneyugn

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if you are full time, you are guaranteed 40hrs a week, no matter how "slow" business can be or is. if they are part time, they are guaranteed the hours they agreed to upon the job offer.

and yes, i'd take the money just to be around all that stuff... lol.

and yes rishin, DOE = depending on experience. its good to know when you're job hunting, and the employer doesn't state a starting salary/wage, and all it says is, "DOE". lol.