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5 Warnings to Shoppers From Ex-Lowe's Employees

By Margaret Abrams of Best Life | Slide 3 of 6: Unfortunately, not all employees are home improvement experts, so it's best to do some research before you get to the store instead of depending on them for guidance. While some may be super knowledgeable because they've worked at Lowe's for many years or are personally interested in renovations, others are hired without any previous experience in the subject.An employee who worked at the big box store in college said on Reddit that, "they don't require you have any knowledge or experience AT ALL to get hired," and admits that after their time working their they still know nothing about "building, gardening, appliances, and lumber."READ THIS NEXT: For more retail news, sign up for our daily newsletter.

2 Do your research online before you start shopping.

Unfortunately, not all employees are home improvement experts, so it's best to do some research before you get to the store instead of depending on them for guidance. While some may be super knowledgeable because they've worked at Lowe's for many years or are personally interested in renovations, others are hired without any previous experience in the subject.

An employee who worked at the big box store in college said on Reddit that, "they don't require you have any knowledge or experience AT ALL to get hired," and admits that after their time working their they still know nothing about "building, gardening, appliances, and lumber."

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