Getting a Job at Target: Not So Easy?

Target applicants were previously required to complete 704 true/false questions about everything from politics to their sex life.

Are you looking for a full-time or seasonal job? It may not be that easy if you plan to apply at Target.

An article by AOL suggests it's harder to get into Target than Harvard. Here's the process at a Target store in California, according to the article:

"Target's hiring process for its new stores has been designed with military precision. Applicants take an on-spot assessment test, interview with two current employees, and are then escorted to the bathroom for an on-site drug test. If all goes well, they'll get a job offer, assuming their background check comes up clean."

Have you ever applied for a position at in Arnold? Do you have any suggestions for getting hired?

Deborah Smith Yochim September 08, 2012 at 05:36 PM
If they ask you what your worst fault is, don't make the mistake of telling them laziness. My son did that on his very first interveiw. It was at Target. Needless to say, he did not get the job. Although he did give us a good memory to laugh at.


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