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No experience? No problem for this entry-level job.

Cashiers handle customer payments in retail locations. They’re one of the primary points of contact for a shopper in any retail store. Training and education for cashiers is minimal, making this an ideal position for first-time job seekers or those looking for a summer or part time position.

A typical day in the life of a cashier might include:

- Ringing up purchases
- Weighing produce and keying in the appropriate codes in grocery locations
- Handling customer payments, including checks, credit cards, and cash
- Processing merchandise returns or exchanges.

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A Cashier is typically paid from $7.25 per hour (the federal minimum wage) to $15 per hour, depending on the company and state. Grocery stores and general merchandise stores typically pay the most ($13-$15), while gas stations and restaurants have the lowest salaries.

$14.00 national avg.

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