A typical day would be full of people, kids running around everywhere, very loud, full of music, Roller-coasters going. Get ready, then get to your post. Making sure you set up the lines, and sometimes they're longer then you would have first expected. You as the worker have to make sure no cutting in the lines, no fighting breaks out, if somebody needs your help with a question about something in the park, you have to know what you're saying to make sure the person knows exactly where to go.
What I learned it fast past and you have to be on point at all times, knowing where the rides or mazes are, or the medical places are.
My co-workers were a good bunch of people there were rarely a problem that we couldn't solve ourselves.
The hardest part was the standing up for almost eight hours a day, but it helped me to do it now in life.
The most enjoyable part was break time or lunch, it allowed me to have a moment to myself to reset and go back out to the work field ready to go again.