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How much does Gamestop pay per hour?

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The average hourly rate of pay for a Gamestop game adviser or sales associate is $7.83 per hour, or just above minimum wage. Employees that have been promoted to senior game adviser make an average of $9.12 per hour.

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Assistant store managers at Gamestop make an average of $11.16 per hour, while store managers make an average of $17.38 per hour. Geographic location, education and experience all affect the pay per hour at Gamestop.

In 2012, Gamestop was listed in The Retail Life as one of the "100 Best Retailers to Work For." That same year, Gamestop was also listed in Stores magazine as the 59th top retailer.

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