Open Job Call at American Apparel

Posted on: May 18th, 2010 at 6:18 am by

One would think that this was the queue for some special impossible-to-get-into in-store performance by an indie rock act. Not the case. This is what happens when American Apparel has open season for new job applicants.

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The line began at around 4 pm, and consistently snaked around the corner onto Orchard Street.  Just a random collection of trendsters vying for an opportunity to be part of the Dov Charney empire.  And Nathan was stuck in the middle.  Hopefully he raked in some decent bank.

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Here is the employment call from the American Apparel website:

We are currently looking for intelligent, friendly and dedicated people to work at our stores worldwide. Integrating fashion, sales, art, design and technology, American Apparel offers many unique job opportunities and room for advancement. Unlike most other companies, our Retail employees have the opportunity to interact directly with Product Developers and Creative Directors, and are encouraged to be involved in projects at the company. We often promote from within.

If you are passionate about American Apparel and looking for a job that offers good wages, healthcare benefits, and opportunity for growth and creativity, we would like to hear from you.

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