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Gap is a multinational retailer of clothing and accessories. Established in 1969, the Gap clothes became available in nearly 3,700 company-owned and franchised locations across the world. The retailer is famous for its apparel for everyone: women, men, teens, and children. Moreover, the company owns seven major global fashion brands. There are more than 135,000 Gap associates working in stores, management, logistics, and other career areas. Job seekers will have no problem in finding meaningful part-time and full-time employment with Gap. Apply for an open position and start your Gap career.


Gap offers excellent benefits to its employees including:

  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Health Savings Account
  • Flexible Savings Account
  • AD&D Insurance
  • 401(k) Plan
  • Stock Options
  • Performance Bonus
  • Vacation & Paid Time Off
  • Maternity & Paternity Leave
  • Military Leave
  • Sick Days
  • Family Medical Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Reduced or Flexible Hours
  • Employee Discount
  • Professional Development
  • Job Training

We currently have 67 open positions across 45 locations spread over 50 states.


San Francisco, California, U.S.




More than $10B




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Frequently asked questions about Gap

How much does Gap pay per hour?

Salaries at Gap vary depending on the job. For instance, the average hourly pay for a Sales Associate is $10, $11 for a Stock Associate, while an Assistant Manager makes an average of $18 an hour.

What age does Gap hire?

The minimum age to get a job at Gap is 16 years old. There are no other formal requirements to get hired at an entry-level position at Gap stores.

How long does Gap take to hire?

The process from applying to starting working at Gap typically takes up to a month. If your application is accepted, you can expect 2 interviews. One in a group and one face-to-face. If you get a job offer, the one thing remaining is a background check.

Does Gap pay weekly?

No, Gap employees get paid biweekly (every two weeks). The payday is typically Friday. However, if you work at a franchise, you might get paid on a weekly basis.

Do you need experience to work at Gap?

Work experience is not required but is an advantage when applying for a job at Gap. Generally, Gap wants communicative, energetic, and flexible associates with love for fashion.

Does Gap do background checks?

Yes, Gap conducts mandatory pre-employment background checks. If you’re wondering if they will hire someone with a felony, the answer is yes. The hiring will depend on several factors such as time since the sentence is completed, your experience and skills, and the type and number of conviction(s).

How to apply for a job at Gap?

To apply for a job at Gap, check out a job of interest. Once you’ve found one, press the “Apply Now” button next to open positions or click the “See more jobs” button to see similar positions near you. You can search by location, market type, work type, or keyword. After that, just follow further instructions.

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Gap awards and recognitions

Some of the company awards and recognitions include: 



  • America’s Best Employers, Forbes Magazine
  • Best Employers for Women, Forbes Magazine


  • Equality in the Workplace, Catalyst
  • Best Places to Work, Human Rights Campaign

Gap cares

We aim to create opportunities for women, teens and young adults, as well as our own employees, so that they can reach toward bigger goals and fulfill their greatest potential.

Gap reviews


Team Leader/Trainer

Duncan, SC 29334 - May 13, 2020


It’s a job to get you on your feet. No raises, and no good management. I trained my self on everything. I didn’t miss any days. My line had the longest active streak of hitting production. They don’t appreciate their workers.


Key Holder

Menlo Park, NJ - May 12, 2020

This company is not true through their word

I was hired as an assistant manager within two weeks in I was call to the office for them to tell me that my position was no longer. I think they new they were no longer going to have a part time assistant manager They offer me another position for less money.


Cashier, Customer Service, Stocking, Packaging

New York, NY - May 12, 2020

Productive and fun workplace

They give you a sense of friends and family together in the workplace. They mentor you and help you to be successful later on in the beginning. Working here builds up your confidence about talking to other customers


Store Support Analyst

Rocklin, CA - May 10, 2020

Good company to work for

Good company to work for. There are abundant opportunities to improve and grow. Management is supportive and always looking for new ideas to improve processes and procedures.



San Ysidro, CA - May 9, 2020

Me gusta Gap es padre trabajar aquí organizar y poder ayudar al cliente para que el se vaya contento.

Aprender como organizar cada área desde baby hasta adultos, ayudando al cliente encontrar sus prendas favoritas 😀


Temporary Overnight Stock Associate

New York, NY - May 8, 2020

Horrible Work Experience

The managers are okay but THEY DO PLAY FAVORITISM with their employees and co workers, who has seniority at the retail store - Overnight Shift Employee


Stock Associate

Chicago, IL - May 8, 2020


Some good people a few good managers.Promotions werent available or plentiful.The temperatures and conditions were not conducive to work.If you want short term employment this may be a good fit.


Sales Associate

Walnut Creek, CA - May 6, 2020

Fun people and generally cool managers

It was okay. My co-workers were really great and most of my managers were as well. A few managers were difficult and I had to do a few things that definitely were not in the job description.


Senior Manager, Creative Services

San Francisco, CA - May 5, 2020

Great people

Rewarding and respectful work environment with good work/life balance. Very supportive of family for a huge corporation. Good amenities like on site parking and cafe.


General Manager

Texas - May 2, 2020

Worst experience of a long retail career

Worked as a GM for gap and quickly found out why this retailer is dying.No respect for work life balance. They wanted to have me treat my team like they were property with no respect to their school schedules, vacations, time off. I was pulled off of my vacation to work because a higher up decided to make an unscheduled pop visit. Dm was a nightmare. Had zero recognition for wins and no empathy for opportunities.


General Manager Gap and Gap Kids

Philadelphia, PA - April 29, 2020

Great place to work

Gap promoted diversity and individuality while working to achieve the company goals. It was a great place to work. Gap compensated me fairly and provides opportunity for growth and development. Great company culture.


Sales Associate

Concord, CA - April 29, 2020

Nice company to work for

As far as retail establishments go, Gap is a decent place to work. They could be better, by paying livable wages, but otherwise they are just fine.Employee discounts are fantastic and very competitive!


Sales Associate

Port Jefferson, NY - April 29, 2020

A good manager got replaced with a bad one

I was actually pretty content with the location, because it was basically like a dream come true for me. And was only working with another retail company at the time. The first manager retired shortly after and then in came a biotch. She started teasing me with inappropriate jokes, was always surprised that I showed up to work, got annoyed because she had to figure out my schedule and left me no choice but to quit and stay with the other company and gave me trouble with the department of labor by lying and said that I voluntarily quit the job which wasn't true sober careful of the manager because they will try to screw you over.


Sr. Analyst - Transportation

Newark, NJ - April 28, 2020

Challenging work with difficult 3PL

High volume through the ports and limited capacity at 3PL made this role incredibly challenging. Learned a lot about customer relations and problem solving for IT issues i knew very little about.



Oak Park, IL 60301 - April 28, 2020


Didn’t have a complaint they were nice and they wanted me to move up in the company after being a seasonal, overall a good working and learning environment



Southbury, CT - April 27, 2020


terrible hours, people are so rude, management is terrible because of attitude. I do not reccomend that you work here. I was so bored I messed up piles so I could go back and fix them.


Sales Coach

Miami, FL - April 26, 2020

An ok starter job

A great place to start working fresh out of high school but not a place I would have wanted to stay in. Too much emphasis on getting customers enrolled in gap cards no matter how much you help them or sell


Lead Cashier, cashier

Sunrise, FL - April 24, 2020

Aprendí el manejo de la tienda, desde el opening hasta el closing, me agrado la confianza brindada por parte de los Managers.

Gran compañía ya que brinda estabilidad y aprendizaje en conocimientos que aportan a la vida personal.


Sales Associate

Mebane, NC - April 24, 2020

It’s not a good company to work for.

Managers goal is not truly customer service but how much you can sell them or the amount of cards you can attain for them. They get rewarded for the cards while the employee gets nothing. I would not recommend it at all.


Design Manager

San Francisco, CA - April 23, 2020

I worked there from 2001 to 2005.

It was a turbulent time with a CEO change, management revolving door, etc. I had a crew of insubordinates first 2 years, better staff, mgr last 2 yrs.


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