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We take a look at some LIDL jobs that may interest you

Whether or not you have ever worked in retail before, it's now one of the best ways to get back into the workforce. With so many large chains in operation across the United Kingdom, retail offers plenty of opportunities of entry level positions as well as the chance to work your way up through the ranks to more senior positions. With this in mind, we're going to take a look at some of the LIDL jobs most commonly available.

While retail positions may seem to be quite straightforward when taken at face value, there's often quite a bit more to them than meets the eye. Before you decide that you're going to apply for LIDL jobs, it's helpful to ensure that you're actually applying for the best positions for your particular personality and skill set.

The key factor to being a success in any customer service based position is your personality. You need to remember that you'll be acting as the face of the company, which means you'll need to be friendly and approachable for customers at all times. This isn't always as easy as it sounds, particularly when faced with difficult customers.

Since the most common LIDL jobs available are those working directly with the public, such as in cashier positions (which usually pay around £6.10 per hour for entry level employees), you need to ensure that you're going to be up to the task.

It's certainly not for everyone, but that doesn't mean that there aren't any number of different LIDL jobs that may suit you. For example, if you're able bodied and willing to work some anti-social hours, a behind the scenes position in the storage area may be more suitable to you. Again, these positions pay in the region of £6.10 per hour, but they tend to carry the opportunity for more overtime, making them attractive as second jobs for some people.

If you have previous experience working in an administrative capacity within the retail sector, there are sporadic LIDL jobs that become available in local LIDL offices. These roles, which usually pay a little more (starting at around £6.50 per hour) as they look for experienced professionals, require knowledge of common software packages like Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Outlook, so they may be more suited to those with third level educations. It's also worth noting that these positions carry more opportunities for career advancement, so they may be the kind of LIDL jobs that you have been looking for.

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