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Retail Jobs in Miami, FL

cashier

Flippo’s

$23900 - $44800 / YEAR

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Warehouse Admin

Apex Systems

Sunrise, FL

Territory Manager

Hi-Line

Miami, FL

Warehouse Clerk

Randstad USA

Miami, FL

Warehouse Associate

J.A. Uniforms, Inc

$13.5 - $15 / Per Hour

MIAMI, FL

Wireless Sales Expert (P/T - Costco Channel)

Wireless Advocates

Kendall, FL

Retail Stocking Associate $15.00/hr

Harbor Freight Tools

MIAMI, FL

Seasonal Retail Team Member

Under Armour, Inc.

Miami, FL

Retail Stocker

Under Armour, Inc.

Miami, FL

Miami Retail Jobs Overview

Retail stores give consumers the opportunity to find their favorite brands, products, and bargain items. It's the pleasant experience and service offered by retail workers that keeps customers coming back. Retail workers greet customers, help them find items, and solve common customer service issues. Job seekers don't need a degree to work retail jobs, but they do need a knack for customer service and sales.

Retail workers typically work in sales, customer service, or management. As a retail worker, your duties will include greeting customers, offering assistance, making merchandise recommendations, answering customers' questions, cashing customers out and accepting payments, and providing information on sales, promotions, and bargains. You may also provide training to employees, set schedules, open stores, and manage teams.

You can expand your search for sales jobs by checking out these similar positions:

About Working in Miami, Florida

Miami is further south than any other major mainland U.S. city, but it still manages to have an active snow ski club. Since 1968, they've hosted happy hours, cultural events, and ski trips to Utah, Canada, and Japan. But that's not Miami's only quirk. One of the most unique things about Miami is its extensive Art Deco architecture. More than 800 buildings adorn Miami's Art Deco Historic District with pastel paint and neon-lit exteriors. So, if you're not spending all your time relaxing at the beach, strolling the streets of the Wynwood neighborhood's outdoor graffiti museum, or eating at an open-air restaurant in Little Havana, you might want to search for jobs in Miami.

Miami's Brickell Avenue has been called "Wall Street South" and the "financial capital of Latin America," supporting Miami jobs in banking, finance, and international commerce. If you're interested in pursuing a job in Miami, you can also check out the nearby communities of Miami Gardens, Hialeah, and Hollywood as well.

Update Your Miami Retail Resume

Many retail associate positions only require an online application rather than a resume. However, resumes are often required for management or other advanced retail positions. No matter which position you're applying for, it's always a good idea to have a well-written resume available to submit to potential employers if they ask for it. It should be neat, clean, and easy to read. Monster's resume samples for retail clerks and retail managers can give you an idea of how your resume should be written and formatted.

A solid cover letter can also make you more appealing to employers and boost your chances of becoming a top candidate. Not sure where to begin? No problem. We have a retail cover letter sample you can use as a reference when writing your own.

How Much Do Retail Jobs Pay in Miami, Florida?

Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you’re getting paid what you’re worth. Our Salary Tools can help you understand what you can expect to make in retail jobs in Miami, Florida, as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median retail store clerk pay in Miami is $22,729 per year, which is 3% lower than the national average.

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