Working at FedEx is a really simple job. What I liked about working here was that a client would come or call in every now and then, and ask about a creative print job. It was up to us to get it done. Sometimes it would be done on a time crunch. But we'd get it done. My only issue here is that my location was literally a pack and ship location, so there were only three employees total, including myself. Once I came in, no one wanted to close the store anymore. So I went from working mornings and mid-shifts, to closing every single night. I didn't think it was fair, either. The hardest part of the job was that when everyone goes home, it's at peak rush hour time. So you're left to ship and pack boxes or process intricate orders by yourself, and then prep the whole store for closing, while also getting the shipments ready for the courier to pick up. I'd say, if you don't mind working and getting out late, but you don't want to be stuck doing everything on your own, opt in for a larger location where the workload is shared. I managed, but at the time I was dealing with health issues, so getting home alone and closing a store in the dark wasn't exactly something you wanted to do.