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Store Leader
$35K-$43K / yr. (est.)
$35K
$39,400 / year
$43K
Average base salary
The salary information provided is based on data collected from various reliable sources and may vary depending on individual qualifications and other factors.

About Store Leader

What does a Store Leader do?

As Store Leaders, we manage all operations, budgets, planning, and visual merchandise. We are responsible for assisting the store manager with all employees' overall performance and monthly coaching sessions.

Core tasks:

  • supporting the store manager in running the sales floor and resolving customer service issues
  • providing ongoing training and development for all team members
  • providing initial and frequent continuing training and development for all team members
  • supporting the shopping environment, including visual and operational elements that lead to sales and repeat business

Insights

How Many Years of Experience Do Professionals Need Before Becoming Store Leader?
On average, people work 7+ years in other positions prior to becoming a Store Leader.
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Sales AssociateSan Francisco, CA - 10 months ago
7+ years? By that time, I could have built my own empire! This system is broken! 💔
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District ManagerSeattle, WA - 10 months ago
I've been managing a whole district for years, and you're telling me I'm still not qualified to be a store leader without waiting 7 more years? Unbelievable! 🤯
How Long Do Store Leader Employees Typically Stay in Their Roles?
On average, Store Leaders works in this position for 5+ years across multiple employers.
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Assistant ManagerHouston, TX - 9 months ago
Experience definitely matters, but let's not forget the significance of a well-rounded skillset. Store Leaders need a mix of experience and continuous learning to thrive! 💪
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Retail SupervisorMiami, FL - 9 months ago
experience is meaningless 💩 it's ideals and fresh concepts that matter the most in this fast-paced, ever-changing industry. Don't get stuck in the past, Store Leaders!
What Is the Job Hopper Score for Store Leader Employees?
Moderate job changes in Store Leader, showing some career movement without excessive turnover.
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Regional DirectorHouston, TX - 10 months ago
🤔Interesting infographic, but I've encountered many Store Leaders who haven't experienced any upward mobility. So it doesn't necessarily reflect the reality in the field.
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Shift SupervisorPhiladelphia, PA - 9 months ago
i think the infographic is misleading. not every Store Leader is fortunate enough to have moderate job changes. Many of us are stuck in the same position with no advancement opportunities. 😒

Career path

Path to job

Discover a Store Leader's areas of knowledge sorted by their majors.
Explore the list of higher education institutions that a Store Leader typically studied at.
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Michigan State University

Path after job

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Demographics

What Is the Age and Gender Ratio of Store Leader Employees?
Gender ratio in Store Leader position: 0.565361139369278 Male and 0.434638860630722 Female. Age ratio in Store Leader position: 16-20: 10%, 21-30: 47%, 31-40: 28%, 41-50: 12%, 51-60: 3%, 60+: 0%. Store Leader position is predominantly male (56.5%) with the largest age group being 21-30 years old, followed by 31-40 years old.
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Store LeaderPhiladelphia, PA - 10 months ago
Guys, we have to acknowledge the lack of diversity here. Let's encourage more women to step up and take leadership roles! 💪
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Store LeaderSan Antonio, TX - 10 months ago
Why are we still living in a world where men dominate leadership positions? We should strive for equality and diverse representation! 😠

Workplaces

Who Are the Top Employers for Store Leader?
Top employers of Store Leader position: Apple, GameStop, JCPenney. People who work in Store Leader position most typically go on to work for the Apple.
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Store LeaderHouston, TX - 9 months ago
Why is everyone attacking Apple? I've heard good things about their Store Leader program. They must be doing something right!
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Store LeaderMiami, FL - 9 months ago
GameStop and JCPenney as top employers? No wonder people consider Store Leader as a dead-end job. Apple is the only shiny option!
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What Industries Does Store Leader Typically Have Experience In?
Industry Background: The most typical industries of Store Leader: Retail, Manufacturing, Information Technology, Accommodation, Finance & Insurance. Store Leader employees most likely come from a Retail industry background.
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Store LeaderHouston, TX - 10 months ago
Why bother with being a Store Leader? All you'll do is deal with difficult customers and unrealistic expectations from higher-ups. 😤
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Store LeaderMiami, FL - 10 months ago
Being a Store Leader is like being the captain of a sinking ship. You have to constantly put out fires, with no real support or appreciation. 😩

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Discussion about Store Leader

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Is Store Leader a female or male dominated profession?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
This is a well balanced profession, about half of the people are women.
What is the typical age of people who work as a Store Leader?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
The typical age is 30 for a Store Leader.
Is a Store Leader considered to be a junior profession?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
On average, people have 7 years of experience when they start working as a Store Leader
Which industries should a Store Leader consider working in?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
Retail is typical for a Store Leader to work in.
Is a degree needed to work as a Store Leader?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
Most people have No higher education
Where are you working as a Store Leader?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
Most people work for Apple, GameStop, JCPenney, Petco and PetSmart
How many years do people work as a Store Leader before changing their role?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
A Store Leader typically changes positions after more than 5 years.
How frequently people change companies if they work as a Store Leader?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
a Store Leader is not a typical job hopper, but might change companies.
What jobs do people work in before becoming a Store Leader?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
You have a good chance of becoming a Store Leader if you are working as Store Manager, Assistant Store Leader or District Manager
Working as a Store Leader what job titles should I consider to switch to?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
Store Manager, District Manager or District Leader can be a good next step
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