I made pretty good money after averaging commissions and salary. The salary is $30,700 for new hires, assistant managers, managers, and area managers, and you can earn commission based on sales. I was very good at my job, so I earned around $47,000 to $55,000 on an annual basis, but most employees earn just below $40,000 a year. The hours are retail hours, but they tend to extend them longer than most other companies do, and there are mandatory Saturday meetings at 8am. On those Saturdays, you end up working about 14 hours. The benefits plan is actually pretty good. It includes medical, vision, dental and 401 with 2% match. It's very hard to maintain a work-life balance, though. Lot's of new hires with families end up quitting early on due to the lack of balance. Essentially, this was a great job for gaining experience, but it's almost impossible to grow within the company if you want a raise with the promotion. Here, promotions are pretty much just arbitrary positions given to make people feel special, without actually raising their pay.