Aldi have announced more supermarket projects in Lancashire.
Fresh opportunities include a new store opening in Longridge in November, and the replacement of the Leyland store creating between 30-50 full and part time jobs.
So if you're after a change, there's never been a better time to consider a career in retail.
Aldi seem very proud of their workforce, insisting that the shop-floor workers are the ones growing the company.
They would argue that this isn't just a job in a supermarket, but they foster happy productive teams who understand how to make a store a success.
So it's a happy team, but what's the money like?
Well, a store manager can expect to earn around £44,890, rising to £58,540 after four years.
It's a five day / 48 hour week, and you'll get 5 weeks annual leave, plus bank holidays, but you'll be responsible for everything that happens within those sliding doors.
An assistant store manager can expect £31,300 to £38,170 after four years, but you'll need to roll your sleeves up and get used to Aldi's 'special brand of hard work'.
Other jobs on offer include a deputy store manager (£9.85 - £11.41 per hour) and store assistants (£8.85 -£1041 per hour).
Full training is provided, and you can look forward to long service awards, a night premium rate, double pay on bank holidays and additional hours.