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Furniture Store Industry
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects job opportunities within the retail services industry, which furniture stores stand as a subsector of, to grow by 10% in the next 10 years. Internet purchasing options increasingly bring new advancements to the field. An August 2014 report from states online furniture sales in 2013 exceeded $80 billion. Roughly 450,000 employees work in the furniture retail industry today.

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Positions and Salary
Cashiers accept payments for goods and make change for customers. Retail sales associates help make key choices to improve the satisfaction of customers overall and also attempt to highlight and advertise target items in the store to patrons. Stockers move and arrange furniture on display for customers to choose. Often, entry-level employees of home furnishings retailers fulfill two or more of said job descriptions simultaneously. Supervisors oversee operations and often train new workers. Most furniture store employees earn between $9.00 and $12.00 per hour, while the median pay for managers and first-line supervisors stands around $44,400 annually.

Work Environment
Quality customer interaction prevails as a critical component of employee duties, as shoppers almost always expect insight and assistance from staff. Like most businesses with retail atmospheres, furniture stores predominantly require employees to perform cash handling and stocking duties. Some employees also learn about building, installing, and repairing furniture on the job. Hours of operation generally range from morning to early evening.

How to Get Hired at a Furniture Store
Applicants strongly benefit from retail, sales, and customer service experience of any kind. Familiarity with the products sold at the store where the interview takes place may improve chances of hire. Most furniture store workers stand at least 18 years of age, due to the heavy lifting available jobs may necessitate. Some employers prefer to hire workers who possess a high school diploma or the equivalent.