Forever 21 is a family-owned business specializing in trendy fashion and accessories for young women. The retailer was founded in 1984 by Do Won Chang and Jin Sook Chang, two emigrants from South Korea. The retailer continued to expand over the years, nationally and internationally, as well as adding additional product lines -- including cosmetics and men's fashion. As of 2014, Forever 21 is considered the 5th largest specialty retailer in the United States. The company is always looking for talented, hard-working individuals to add to the Forever 21 team.
You must have a high school diploma or equivalent in order to apply for entry-level positions -- such as a sales associate -- at Forever 21. Store manager and specialty employment positions, such as merchandiser or visualizer, often require a college degree and/or prior professional work experience. Forever 21 boasts a fast-paced work environment and seeks innovative candidates with a passion for fashion.
How to Apply
To apply in person, visit a Forever 21 retail location and fill out an application, or attend a Forever 21 store job fair. Numerous Forever 21 stores host job fair events on a reoccurring basis. Applicants meet with a store manager, discuss career opportunities, as well as receive an open interview right there on the spot. To apply online, visit the careers section on the Forever 21 website. You will need to create a job seeker account in order to upload your resume and apply for open positions. Job listings can be sorted by location and/or keywords.
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