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pawnshop954
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USA
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Posted - 11/23/2010 :  09:41:30 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Small established GUN / PAWN shop has an opening for a person to sell guns, clean guns, general stock work, learn the pawn side of the business. $10 an hour, no benifits. 30+ hrs a week.

MUST have a Florida Concealed Weapon Permit. MUST CARRY A GUN IN STORE. Be able to get along well with others, no drug / alcohol issues. Basic computer skills needed. We sell on GB too. Some Spanish helpful. Older workers OK.

Bruce 954-843-0324 pawnshop954@gmail.com

Please repost this job opening anywhere qualified people will see it.

Public Pawn
6798 Stirling Rd
Hollywood, Fl 33024
954-843-0324

Wolf.
Senior Member

USA
2232 Posts

Posted - 08/16/2011 :  05:07:59 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by pawnshop954

Small established GUN / PAWN shop has an opening for a person to sell guns, clean guns, general stock work, learn the pawn side of the business. $10 an hour, no benifits. 30+ hrs a week.

MUST have a Florida Concealed Weapon Permit. MUST CARRY A GUN IN STORE. Be able to get along well with others, no drug / alcohol issues. Basic computer skills needed. We sell on GB too. Some Spanish helpful. Older workers OK.

Bruce 954-843-0324 pawnshop954@gmail.com

Please repost this job opening anywhere qualified people will see it.
Pay scale seems extremely low for asking a person to essentially be an armed security agent and put their life at risk to engage an armed threat with similar force. Maybe it's tougher out there than I thought, but $10.00 per hour is ditchdigger's wages as far as I am concerned. But, then, what do I know?

Wolf.

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twoatactical
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Posted - 06/26/2013 :  6:01:54 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
[/quote]Pay scale seems extremely low for asking a person to essentially be an armed security agent and put their life at risk to engage an armed threat with similar force. Maybe it's tougher out there than I thought, but $10.00 per hour is ditchdigger's wages as far as I am concerned. But, then, what do I know?
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Dude, it may be "ditchdigger's wages" but you ain't digging ditches. You're working in a pawnshop. Ever dug ditches? I have and personally, I'd rather work in a pawn shop. Seems to be less physically taxing. But, then, what do I know?
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nards444
Flaming Liberal

USA
4436 Posts

Posted - 07/02/2013 :  09:13:28 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I would agree to be an armed security dealer, sell guns, do basic smith work, 10 bucks an hour seems low, but guess I dont know the economy out there, but Hollywood florida isnt necessarily a poor area either. But I could probably work at gander mountain not doing armed security and probably make 12-15 with benefits.
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cwo4comm
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USA
87 Posts

Posted - 12/25/2013 :  9:36:11 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
any good sailor knows, "Any port in a storm". If you don't have a job, its a start. Many have made it big after a start.

My first job was only $0.25 per hour(1945)

Many thanks to pawnshop964 for the offer to someone in need of a job.



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nards444
Flaming Liberal

USA
4436 Posts

Posted - 01/29/2014 :  09:47:31 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by cwo4comm

any good sailor knows, "Any port in a storm". If you don't have a job, its a start. Many have made it big after a start.

My first job was only $0.25 per hour(1945)

Many thanks to pawnshop964 for the offer to someone in need of a job.







I agree somebody that has nothing its a start and you could learn something and either demand more and move on. Back in 1945 houses only sold for 4-5 grand too.

Glad this guy offered a helping hand and maybe somebody took it. Personally Im not packing heat and defending someone elses fort for 10 bucks an hour
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