My last year saw me working 50-60 hour weeks. My co-supervisor had an internship which meant she wouldn't be there for 3 days, Monday to Wednesday. Which also means I had to pick up those days myself. Working from 10 in the morning, 9 on Mondays to do inventory, to whenever I was closed.
Management was far from what should be desired. All of them are best friends and would never get each other in trouble. They also had supervisors as friends and would not get them in trouble either, because they were friends. Being professional is what was supposed to come first, but personal interests got in the way. I was in line for a promotion from supervisor to a manager position, but 5 other people got that promotion before me. One didn't even interview for the position at the beginning of the year.
The hardest part about my job was getting up in the morning and knowing I will be there all day for 10-13 hours straight and getting home at night and just going to sleep and having to wake up in the morning to do it all over again.
Discounted food, free admission
Long days, broken equipment, bad management