The best way to leverage a college degree is to resign and then contact a recruiter. You’ll save years.Thanks everyone for the advice, I appreciate it I really do. But in all honestly I’m mainly only interested in APBP than an ETL, APL, etc. I want to use my degree to its advantage of course. I see a lot of the Business Partners in my area, region, district all have their jobs simply from having applied rather than any Target experience. I’ve been with the company almost eight years, have done literally everything in the store, and am graduating soon so I want to also move up. But I do see where you all are coming from having to go you the AP ladder and or stuff like that.
This. Unfortunate it may be, you will never promote from TPS to APBP. Not going to happen. Under miracle conditions I had a TPS promoted to ETL-AP. I would follow Toy's recommendation.The best way to leverage a college degree is to resign and then contact a recruiter. You’ll save years.