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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on January 3, 2013. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on January 3, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Recruiting Researcher & Sourcer||New York, NY|
|Executive Assistant / Translator||New York, NY|
|Office Assistant||New York, NY|
|Visual Merchandising Associate - Faneuil Hall, Boston||Boston, MA|
|Business Development Representative||New York, NY|
|HR Coordinator - North Michigan Avenue, Chicago||Chicago, IL|
|Sales Associates - NY||New York, NY|
|Designer - Men's Wovens||New York, NY|
|E-Commerce Business Analyst||New York, NY|
|Business Analyst – HR Systems||New York, NY|
I’ve always wanted to visit Japan. While the country is economically and technologically very similar to the U.S., it seems to be completely different culturally. I might get a chance to go there for my honeymoon (it’s one place that we’re considering), but until then I’ll have to enjoy Japan through its imports to the U.S. One of the latest is UNIQLO, a “brand has evolved from a chain of roadside stores to an international leader in style, quality, and fun.” I’ve never been inside one of their stores, but it seems that they’re about to start popping up all over the place (the first U.S. based store was in New York, NY, which is also where UNIQLO’s U.S. operations are based out of). From what I can tell, UNIQLO is targeting a similar market to American Apparel, though UNIQLO believes that their clothes set them “apart from apparel companies whose sole purpose is the pursuit of fashion trends.”
UNIQLO’s slogan is “Made for All.” They’re aiming to democratize fashion, and judging by the prices posted on their website, they’re doing a good job. In fact, UNIQLO goes so far as to say that they believe that clothing can change the world. If you want to dive into UNIQLO’s business model, you can find an overview here. There’s not much more to say about them. Go to their website and look through some of their clothing, or if you can, visit one of their stores. If it’s the kind of stuff that you’d wear, then you may want to take a look at UNIQLO’s Jobs page. They offer both Store Management Training Program Opportunities (here’s more information on that program) and Corporate Opportunities. Of the corporate opportunities, you may want to check out:
There are also positions in the stores and internationally, so there are a lot of options at UNIQLO.
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