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According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), retail and retail employment is a barometer for the Nation’s economy. Increases in retail translate into the creation of new jobs within a large supply chain that brings products to store shelves. According to a recent study by PricewaterhouseCoopers, commissioned by NRF, the retail industry supports 42 million American jobs.
Demand for retail jobs in the region is high. “We received over 23,000 job applications for these two stores. 68% of the 600 new jobs at Walmart have gone to DC residents,“ said Alex Barron, Regional General Manager at Walmart. Large retailers such as Walmart offer individuals a career path that allows for flexibility and growth. “Retail is one of the few industries that gas jobs at all levels and ongoing advancement opportunities. Its businesses like Walmart that can create opportunities for career growth and greater economic security for families,” said Barron. Walmart offers employment and career opportunities at many different levels. Over 75% their store management teams started as retail associates.

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Retail trade and restaurants – especially fast-food restaurants – are major sources of minimum wage jobs in DC, which means that they are two of the industries most affected by minimum wage increases. Job growth in both of these industries was strong during the first phase of DC’s minimum wage increase. See Table 1.

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Search and apply for Retail Jobs in Washington, DC hiring now on CareerBuilder. These findings show that jobs in both restaurants and retail trade in DC are growing faster than they have in previous years, and growing faster than they are in DC’s suburbs.

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The minimum wage increases – in tandem with other new worker laws in the District, including paid sick leave, wage theft prevention, and anti-discrimination protections – will help ensure that all DC residents have access to quality jobs. The recent growth in retail and food service jobs is an early indication that these job protections can occur without affecting job opportunities.

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The WDCEP is pleased to announce that over 1,000 new retail jobs have been created in DC in 2013. This includes 600 jobs at the District’s first two Walmart Stores opening, December 4, 2013. An additional 350 jobs were added to the local market with the opening of H & M at Chevy Chase Pavilion, Marshall’s at the National Shops, TJ Maxx/Home Goods at Georgetown Park, Nordstrom Rack at 18th & L Streets, Giant Food at City Market at O, and several smaller boutiques that opened throughout the city.