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    I already tried other sites and forums, I got nothing. So I ll try here.

    What does a LP Agent make for a "high end" retailer ? By high end I mean Hugo Boss, Gorgio Armani, Vera Wang, Beverly Hills stores. I have a interview soon and they told me to think about what salary I want.

    I have not given up on the public sector. I am still on several hire lists. I just want to get back to work, any kind of work.

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    I make 30,000, + bonuses, which we have gotten consistantly for the last 2 years ive been here.
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      I made $25,000 per year for Macy's 24 years ago in California. From soopertroopers current but East Coast salary, do some calculations for cost of living for 2010 and California. Hope that helps. (Maybe you can call HR at one of those high end stores & see if they will tell you their starting pay.)

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        Originally posted by eagleI View Post
        I made $25,000 per year for Macy's 24 years ago in California. From soopertroopers current but East Coast salary, do some calculations for cost of living for 2010 and California. Hope that helps. (Maybe you can call HR at one of those high end stores & see if they will tell you their starting pay.)
        Looks like not much has changed at Macy's in the past 20+ years. I worked for Macy's back in 06' through 07' and I made about $28,000 working Loss Prevention.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by SGPSO View Post
          I already tried other sites and forums, I got nothing. So I ll try here.

          What does a LP Agent make for a "high end" retailer ? By high end I mean Hugo Boss, Gorgio Armani, Vera Wang, Beverly Hills stores. I have a interview soon and they told me to think about what salary I want.

          I have not given up on the public sector. I am still on several hire lists. I just want to get back to work, any kind of work.
          One of the guys went back to Armani (I think) in-house a few years ago, before he left he told me that he was paid around $15 an hour plus full bennies as well as issued Armani suits for work. He told me that regardless of the zip-code he found himself rather busy...
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          • #6
            Originally posted by gonzo1510 View Post
            One of the guys went back to Armani (I think) in-house a few years ago, before he left he told me that he was paid around $15 an hour plus full bennies as well as issued Armani suits for work. He told me that regardless of the zip-code he found himself rather busy...

            WOW!!!!! At least he gets the suits. I was thinking in the range from 20-25 an hour. I interview on Sat. so I ll see what I can get.

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            • #7
              I used to work Macys LP for four years and it wasnt uncommon for the higher end stores in my mall (which was high end in itself) to make 18-20 dollars an hour. I dont think agents make much more than that. Either way I worked in the hood and in the burbs and got some excellent LE exposure so its not all about pay.

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              • #8
                i currently work part time for Nordstrom and make $16.80 an hour. It's a great company and they work around my LE job. As a LP manager there, you can look at making around 40 to 50K yearly (without bonus, which is around 25% of your salary).
                Last edited by nordy racer; 03-14-2010, 10:05 PM. Reason: .

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                • #9
                  Yup. 15 bucks an hour. The interview went real good, until we got to the salary part. I did not turn down the position but I did advise her that I was on several hire lists for other depts. and the lowest pay was 19.00 an hour. She said she would get back to me.

                  I interview with Ikea on Tues. Hope they pay bettter.

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                    Originally posted by SGPSO View Post
                    Yup. 15 bucks an hour. The interview went real good, until we got to the salary part. I did not turn down the position but I did advise her that I was on several hire lists for other depts. and the lowest pay was 19.00 an hour. She said she would get back to me.

                    I interview with Ikea on Tues. Hope they pay bettter.
                    I'm surprised LP even pays $15 an hour. I recently applied to a LP position at a large retailer but my friend who works there as an IT manager told me that they don't pay well but I thought it would look good on my resume anyway. I personally think $15 an hour is pretty good for someone with no law enforcement experience. Some entry level sales positions for large companies don't even pay $19 an hour. IMO those jobs you've applied for seem pretty generous with their wages. Good luck though.

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                    • #11
                      You probably shot yourself in the foot with that statement. I suspect that they will give the job to a guy (or gal) who is happy to get 15 an hour.

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                      • #12
                        Never mind my last comment, I just did a quick job search and the jobs seem to range from $12-$17 so I guess $15 is well within reason.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by just joe View Post
                          You probably shot yourself in the foot with that statement. I suspect that they will give the job to a guy (or gal) who is happy to get 15 an hour.
                          Yes, very true. I just wanted to be up front and honest with them. I didn't want to surprise them after getting hired by giving them my two weeks notice. When I got started in LP, 13 years ago, I was making close to 15 an hour (with 0 exp. in LP). I was expecting the salary to have gone up since them.

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                          • #14
                            I been doing LP on the side for the same company for over six years and I think my (our) pay has gone up about 75 cents.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by just joe View Post
                              I been doing LP on the side for the same company for over six years and I think my (our) pay has gone up about 75 cents.
                              WOW!

                              I just had a interview with Ikea LP. May not be my thing for a career, but at least I can get out and work.

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