I am 21 years old is working at cvs pharmecey good for a first job
Yes if your asking in regards to a future resume. Employers will look more at how long you stayed at your previous jobs than what the jobs were unless your are applying for a job that requires specific skills and experience. Any jobs you keep for 1 or more years will help you in the future especially if your responsibilities showed that you were a trustworthy employee.
Try to move into positions that show you are good with customer service as well such as cashier or management. Anything that shows you know how to help and interact with customers in a positive way will benefit you.
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