Should I turn down Advance auto part job opportunity?

I had my 1st interview with general manager of the location I applied for. And I answered all the boring question. Afterward, he mentioned the pay. I shocked when he said we pay 8.50 part time job and you have to sell perks(I think to customers).

I really shocked we he said we pay that amount. I put 10 on the

I had my 1st interview with general manager of the location I applied for. And I answered all the boring question. Afterward, he mentioned the pay. I shocked when he said we pay 8.50 part time job and you have to sell perks(I think to customers).

I really shocked we he said we pay that amount. I put 10 on the application but 8.50 is slavery.

Other answer:

Kemo:
No don't turn it down. You do what you have to do. Doesn't make it any easier but it has to get done if you want to get anywhere. And listen to what you are saying. $1.50 less an hour is slavery? Let's say you work an 8 hour shift and missed out on $12 pre-tax. In the long run you're basically only missing out on like 8 or 9 bucks a day. That's not slavery.
Andy L:
You do what you want to do. There are very many people that would take the job if you don't want it. Slavery is ownership of people no longer legally done, but that even still exists in the world. Do you have any prior experience and a set of skills valued at higher pay in your area? You have an attitude of entitlement, and it doesn't generally lead to success in life. You can sit around watching TV or browsing through Facebook or gaming and earn nothing as an option.

What is it that makes you think you deserve $10 an hour for your time?

n2mama:
Just because you put $10/hr on your application doesn't mean that's what they will pay you. What skills or talents do you have that make you worth $10/hr? Do you have previous auto parts sales experience? Do you have other retail experience where you have a proven sales track record? Or do you just think you should get $10/hr because that's what you want to make? Seriously, if you don't have special skills or experience, you shouldn't expect to make more than minimum wage pretty much anywhere.
AJ:
If you don't like $8.50/hr then turn the job down and keep looking.

And $8.50/hr is NOT slavery.

Francis:
no
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