Does anyone know approximately how many hours a team leader is expected to work per week? Is it like a minimum of 32 or something? Also, has anyone had the experience of being an Assets Protection Team Leader? I've been with Target for almost six years and just got my bachelor's degree in Business. I am attending online grad school in January and will be going through that until December 2013. What's driving me nuts is that while I love working at Target, it feels like I should be higher up the food chain at Target. I'm an entertainment brand specialist and have felt that I'm holding too much back. While I give school first priority, I feel like I should be making more money. However, I'm not the biggest fan of managing people. Would the APTL position give me more responsibility as an individual and not have to worry about managing my own team and giving interview? Our APTL just left three weeks ago and I think his job was relatively easy. If anyone can give me any advice, I'd appreciate it!