The hardest part of this job is trying to sell. Every year, there is less and less traffic so numbers were lower each year. Majority of your checks all depend on commission as the hourly rate sucks. Management would put to many people to work, which made it harder for you to sell. Management would not do anything when problems occurred with co-workers, they think 'housing' sales would solve the issue. To much drama, almost everyone working there was over 25 years old and you felt as if you were in high school with all the drama that went on. I really enjoyed the people i meet, you have cool clients and build a bond with them. The benefits are good, you get paid vacation, sick and personal days. you get a good amount of free clothes. This job is good if your in college trying to make money while your trying to get your degree.
free clothes, meet cool people, if your full time theres benefits
hourly rate sucks, management sucks, hr doesn't care about you