Everyday I opened I would set up the cart. I would then pull people in, sit them down, do a demonstration, and convince them to buy. Often they would buy for the price I gave them, but many time I had to barter to make the sale, common at kiosks. The management wasn't very good. My first bosses were very manipulative and cruel, often making employees cry. I disliked them as bosses but outside of work they were good people so I put up with it. My next boss was Israeli and admitted to not knowing how to work with Americans, which caused him problems so he had a hard time how to convince us to sell, raised the price of the products, and didn't understand that people couldn't afford our products in that location so he would get upset with us for it. Some of my coworkers were good people, but some would try to cause drama with each other, which I always managed to stay out of. The hardest part was convincing random people to buy my overpriced product in a very short amount of time. I did, however, like working with people and talking to new individuals everyday.
Low pay, last minute schedules, no benefits