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If you love fashion and want to work in a fun environment where your contribution is appreciated, then Styles For Less is the place for you! We are currently accepting applications for a Store Manager for our store in League City, TX. Company Information Styles For Less is a specialty junior retailer with locations throughout California, Arizona, Nevada, Florida and Texas. We offer a competitive s...
If you love fashion and want to work in a fun environment where your contribution is appreciated, then Styles For Less is the place for you! We are currently accepting applications for Store Manager for our store in Tomball, TX. Company Information Styles For Less is a specialty junior retailer with locations throughout California, Arizona, Nevada, Florida and Texas. We offer a competitive salary...
Assistant Store Manager If you love fashion and want to work in a fun environment where your contribution is appreicated, then Styles for less is the place for you! We are currently accepting applications for full-time and part-time Assistant Store Managers for our store in Baytown, TX. Company Information Styles For Less is a specialty junior retailer with over 130 locations throughout California...
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