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What are the shifts for ticket takers?

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I am willing to work any shift the problem that I have bad knees and cannot stand to long. I am a retired nurse and I will give 120% to the job Thank you

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Managers will choose random ppl from their "hard-working"

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Shifts vary, depends what movies are out. But usually they will be 8am-5pm or 5pm-12am

Answered - cashier (Former Employee) - Covina, CA

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It depends on the theater.

Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Queens, NY

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We only use ticket takers on weekends. This saves us payroll, and the way the entrance is set up, the guest services position takes and sells tickets on the slow weekdays. When we do have them however, we have one on Friday 6-11, two on Saturday 12-8 & 6-11, and one on Sunday 6-11

Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - Newport, KY 41071

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Shifts for ticket takers are painfully boring.

Answered - Theater crew member (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL

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The managers would just assign random shifts for everyone, so everyone would have worked all the types of jobs they have there and it would be for like 8 hours.

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Random. Hours at AMC are dicated by how many people come to the theater. If no one comes, shifts get cut

Answered - Film Crew Member (Current Employee) - Anaheim, CA

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The main shift was from 12 pm - 5 pm but after 5 pm they would have someone move from their assigned job for the day to the ticket taking podium.

Answered - Crew Member/Cashier (Former Employee) - Denver, CO

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