Not the worst job in the world, but close to it.
Pros: ehh, good job for fresh high school grads.
Cons: not good for adults who need to make a living or who are easily stressed.
Afni is a decent job with good pay for those straight out of high school. However, if you are an adult trying to make an actual living, it's not that great. The pay is the least of your worries if you apply and get hired (and you WILL get hired. They hire EVERYONE they interview- not a good thing). If you do not fit in, you will not last long. Some coaches (supervisors) are good to be under because they actually try to work with you and help you reach your goals (which aren't too hard to reach if you are a good salesperson). But for every good coach, there are 2 bad ones that are only worried about their bonuses. If you are not hitting your goals, then you will be out the door in three months or less.
Now, let's talk about the policies of Afni. There is a double standard. A severe double standard. Agents are not allowed to use their cell phones on the floor. Totally understandable because customers' information needs to be protected. Cell phones have cameras, and agents have taken pictures of their monitors before. Dumb, I know. But like I said, they will hire ANYONE. However, coaches are allowed to use their cell phones on the floor. They have the same access the agents do. But, are no where near as monitored or tracked. They are just auto-trusted. Which is bad. I've witnessed a coach breaking policy rules, reported it, and nothing was done.
So if you are down for mega high-stress, love being extremely bored and interacting repetitively with customers on a daily basis then this may be the job for you. Also, keep in mind, if you don't fit into any cliques, you won't last long. Better kiss up so you will last long enough to pay some bills!
Good luck on your search and I hope I've steered you away from Afni, which is NOT a good place to work!
PS. You start out at $8/hr, and the pay cap is $8.50/hr. It can take you no less than 1 year to get a $0.50 raise. Not worth it!