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Where Would You Rather Work? "Stranger Things" Edition

It's 1985 and you need a summer job. The Starcourt Mall in Hawkins is hiring. Which job will you apply for?


You spend most of your free time at the new mall anyway, whether you're shopping or hanging out with friends at the food court. So, why not work there, too? The mall has everything you could want: premium stores, great food, awesome entertainment, and Jazzercise! And come on...it's not like you want to work at Melvald's General Store.

So, if you had to work at one of the following places in the mall, which would YOU choose?

Starcourt Cinemas

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You love movies and don't mind sweeping up popcorn. You also don't mind how busy it always seems to be. Who can blame people for going to see Back to the Future for the third time?

The Gap

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You're all about '80s fashion. So, working at The Gap would be more than bearable. Plus...you'll always be on top of the latest trends and sales!

Scoops Ahoy

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You wouldn't say ice cream is your passion, but it is your favorite treat to get at the food court. Besides the kids who come in and abuse the free sample policy (and your unflattering work uniform), it's a pretty "chill" job. You already know your co-workers will be cool, too.

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