That said, discussing wages on a national board won't be too helpful due to the fact that wages are somewhat adjusted to the cost of living in your area. But in the spirit of the thread:
$8.90, backroom, 3 years for the current term I've worked for Target.
Once you account for inflation, my current wage after 3 years is still lower than the base pay that my store had when I originally started in 1999. Base pay in 1999 at my store was $7.00. I would have to be making $10 now to match that and that's STILL not accounting for the higher pay grade for working in the backroom.
$10.81/hr as a Perishable Assistant in the Meat Department (Just got the position, was making $10.06/hr as a regular Meat Team Member). Been with Target for about 6.5 years and the minimum wage in Minnesota is $7.25.
Yeah, only reason I asked this was because I notice a lot of newer team members getting paid close to where most people are who have been with Target for awhile.