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Take a look at Tea Collection's Inspiration and History pages, you’ll get a better feel for their culture. Then check out their Jobs page.

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When I was a little kid, my parents dressed me in shorts with suspenders and knee socks. I pretty much looked like a mini-version of Augustus Gloop from the original Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory. My parents also occasionally put me on a leash. I’ve been taking it out on them ever since. For parents who prefer to raise children who don’t have axes to grind, there’s Tea Collection. I’ve also seen them go by Tea Living, but most often they just refer to themselves as Tea. They’re a San Francisco based company that offers fashions for children, or as they put it “for little citizens of the world.” Tea got its start in 2002, and now your can find their clothes “in more than 400 stores including Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Takashimaya, and the best boutiques throughout the US and abroad.” Tea’s clothing is certainly high-end, and on the expensive side when you consider it’s for kids under the age of 12, but just look at those pictures of kids looking like smaller versions of real people.

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Obviously nobody’s kids need fancy clothes like those from Tea Collection, but that hasn’t stopped the business from growing. As far as I can tell, Tea Collection’s location in San Francisco has helped them to be a little more tech savvy than many of their competitors, and I have to imagine that it makes Tea Collection an even more interesting place to work. If you take a look at their Inspiration and History pages, you’ll get a better feel for their culture. After doing that, you should check out their Jobs page. They have a number of positions that appear to be suitable for new and recent grads including Finance/Administrative Assistant, Junior Front-end Developer / Online Designer, Customer Care Specialist, and Designer. A number of the positions are Temp or Freelance to Perm (there’s also a Paid Social Marketing Internship and a bunch of unpaid internships), so it seems as though Tea Collection is taking a conservative approach to growing their headcount.

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