Pros: Fun work environment
Cons: Low pay, not many advancement opportunities
A typical day at work consisted of selling computers, televisions, sell phones, and customer service. I learned a ton of information about all of the items listed above, well enough to sell them and really make each product shine. Management was very laid back, easy going, and great for a laugh. Although, management did not take their jobs as seriously as one should to really succeed in a business. My co-workers didn't have much of a care in the world, what mattered to them was a paycheck. Their work ethic was not the best aside from a select few. Outside of work ethic, most of them were very enjoyable people to work with and were amazing in their own way. The hardest part of my job was trying to calm down extremely irate customers. A lot of the time, no matter if you fix the issue in a sincere fashion or not, they continue to scream in your face and are very rude, especially around the holidays; but this is every sales environment. The most enjoyable part of my job was interacting with customers, co-workers, and managers. I love being surrounding by fun loving people and I absolutely love teaching people new things. When a customer came into the store not knowing a thing about what they were buying, by the time they walked out they knew a bit about the product and how to function it.