How Much Do Target Employees Make an Hour?

As of December, 2014, different hourly rates for Target employees include cashiers at $8.65, team leaders at $15.35 and sales floor team members at $8.88. These numbers are only averages, as the actual pay-per-hour is dependent on a number of different variables, including location and experience.

As of October, 2014, the Target Corporation pays approximately 7 percent above market average for comparative positions in similar companies. There are a number of different areas in which a person can find employment with Target, regardless of his or her interests or talents. In addition to cashier and customer service, some of the career areas include:

  • Administrative support
  • Advertising and marketing
  • Human resources
  • Product design and development
  • Information and cyber security
  • Real estate, design and property management

For a person who wants to gain experience, such as a college student, Target also offers internships. Some internship areas with the Target Corporation include:

  • Store executive
  • Distribution
  • Pharmacy
  • Headquarters undergraduate or headquarters MBA

For those people who want to travel and experience a culture other than that of the United States, Target often has positions available in Canada and India. These jobs vary but, in general, one can expect to see openings in human resources, enterprise business development, financial and retail operations, store management and property development.