I just finished writing my resume for a job at the Apple Store. I figure that applying at 3 AM at night might not seem too professional, so I'll wait until tomorrow to actually apply. I haven't finished high school yet, but I have an excellent understanding of the retail business and technology. My resume was written very professionally, so I think I might get called in for an interview. I thought you had to be eighteen to work at an Apple Store, but after some research online, I found out that Apple will hire anyone professional and knowledgeable enough. A fifteen year-old kid at MacRumors had applied for a job, stating that he was fifteen, and was called in for an interview. He didn't go to the interview because the Apple Store was too far for him and he had only applied for fun. I'm serious, though. I'm applying as a specialist. I act much older and more professional than I think that anyone in my entire school could, and even some people that are much older, and I always have my facts right. This will be my first real job, if I get it. Is the minimum wage at the Apple Store really $18 an hour? I'm assuming that there's no commission (not that I need it if Apple really pays so well), right? What can I expect if I get called in for an interview? Should I dress casually or in a suit (Apple has their employees dress casually, so I'm not sure what would be the better choice)? Any tips from Apple Store workers to make sure that I get the job? Thanks a lot, guys.