Pros: many breaks throughout the day, close to home, and the ability to meet and work with new people.
Cons: working no less than 10 hrs for 6 days of the week, only commission, very little time at home.
A typical day at Journey's included a fast pace work environment, a vast variety of customers and styles to cater to, Possibly putting up Shipment in the back room, and many different routine duties for all employees to finish before the end of their shifts. I've personally learned a majority of my work skills from this company as all of my experience came from working at Journey's for a long period of time. Management is very strict on the goals we had set for our employees, always looking out for what's best for the company. The hardest part of the Job would be meeting sales goals when there's no sales being made. Retail is a seasonal job (Christmas, etc.) It can be difficult to make sales when there is no demand for the product. The most enjoyable part of the job is when sales are being made, of course. Days seem shorter, time passes quickly, the store is making money, and so are you.