Good hard work, but terrible advancement.
Pros: Great break room, tested out products
Cons: No internal advancement, pay didn't match workload, wouldn't work with schedule
For being an inside job, it really will teach you the meaning of hard work. I enjoyed it for the most part, but when I realized there was literally no way for me to advance to ANY higher position WITHIN STORE.. that's when I realized this wasn't the job for me. I would work hard every day to the point of exhaustion and was only making $7.50 with no hope to advance.. When I found a second job, my managers refused to work with my new schedule that they cut my hours bad enough that it ended up not being worth the 5 minute drive. So needless to say, I eventually left.
I learned a lot about household items, though. And how to balance on top of a 12ft ladder. I also learned how to fold towels pretty well.