Loud, Energetic, sometimes Really Fast, but I had fun.
Pros: Working with Children, Discounts on food, and Free Drinks
As a game room attendant, from the get-go, I worked constantly. It was difficult at first to adjust, but it takes time to get the techniques and procedures down. If you come in showing that you are willing to work hard, the chances of you getting more hours when you want is more likely.
I had a lot of fun working with the kids and interacting with them. Seeing that I could put a smile on a child's face gave me the drive to keep doing what I was doing. That only improved more when I could make an entire family have a great time while I was working.
My coworkers were all different in personality, but a common theme was that they were helpful, over-achieving, and friendly. It could just be me, but I was treated kindly by my coworkers and managers. I also learned through my experience there was that I tend to work myself to the bone, and my managers and coworkers actually looked out for me and talked to me about it.
The hardest part of the job would typically be closing. The amount of time given to close the entire store seemed undoable at first, but with experience, it became a little more possible. Although it seems negative, the managers do their job and have others help when they can if you are falling behind.