I worked at KFC/Long John Silver's for just over six years. I was a manager there so my typical day at work encompassed a lot of different responsibilities. I worked with currency every day. I exchanged money, did safe and till counts, change exchanges with our bank, and the like. I worked with customers taking orders, resolving discrepancies, and more. I managed other employees assigning job tasks, training them on new specials and such, and providing the proper example to emulate. I maintained proper cleanliness of the restaurant, filtered and cleaned ovens and fryers, swept and moped the lobby, etc. I made sure inventory and food & paper products were accounted for and ordered correctly. I learned a lot from this job, and although it is a starter job it does teach you a lot. It helped me create strong work ethic, manage time, work with customers, teamwork, and much more. My co-workers came and went every so often, but they are all just people trying to make a living or to get experience. The hardest part of the job was all the demands needed to be met as a manager with little assistance from upper management or other employees at certain times because of poor company regulations and scheduling. The most enjoyable part of the job is the people you meet and befriend. They are more often than not easy to get along.
Flexible work scheduling
Short breaks (If you are a manager you hardly actually get a break), Low pay with little chance for serious raises