When you need a clothes rack, there’s no better place to shop than the clothing department at Target.
That’s according to a new report from a research firm.
Target’s top 10 stores are home to an estimated 2.6 million employees, and they serve an important and diverse customer base, including young professionals, women, and veterans.
The company says that for each employee that wears Target clothing, they are responsible for making up for the loss in productivity caused by lower wages.
That includes staff who earn $30,000 a year or less and have a median annual salary of $23,500.
Target employees also report higher levels of social capital, a term that includes a sense of belonging to a group of friends and family.
The firm found that employees with a sense for social capital had higher levels and higher satisfaction with their jobs, and were more likely to report a positive work environment.
Target has also proven to be a great place to work, with employees working an average of 78 hours per week and making $53,000.
This helps offset the costs associated with living in the Twin Cities, where many people make less than $30 an hour.
Target also offers generous health care benefits and flexible working hours, as well as an array of other benefits.
The firm said Target employees are also less likely to take time off due to health issues, and are more likely than their counterparts to be able to return to work on the same day.
These factors help make Target the perfect place for a young person looking to start a business, the report said.
Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel said in a statement that the company’s focus on creating a more caring environment was the reason why the company had the second-highest retention rate among Fortune 500 companies.