Not a real job for the pay.
CSA/Video Manager (Former Employee) – Montrose, CO – December 16, 2015
As a CSA you get part-time minimum wage, which is okay if you get social security, live with your parents or have a rich spouse... but if you want a career, look elsewhere. I started out as a seasonal CSA and moved into becoming a regular. When I had a kid I needed to get more pay, and all I got was a 10% raise over minimum wage as a manager... luckily I got full-time (don't get tricked, you can't work over 40 hours to actually get the job done, and don't expect anyone working under you to do anything.) If you prioritize tasks you can do fine, but due to the abysmally low pay it's barely worth it.
The only reason I accepted the job was due to the horrible job market around here, and if you need a real job, look elsewhere... they would rather hire 2 kids at minimum wage to do half the job than hire a hard working adult for less than 2x minimum wage to get the job done and then some.
Easy job for customer service associates, can make good friends
Never get pushed into management, low pay