A typical work day at Round Table Pizza is hard to describe. As most anyone who has worked in the food industry knows, every day is different. Each day brings its own challenges. While working here, I gained skills concerning customer service, time management, and adaptability. The coworkers that I met during this experience were a tight knit group. Because it was my first real job, I was very shy and felt the need to keep to myself. If I were to do this job over again that is one of the things that I would change. The hardest part of this job was when I, along with my coworkers, needed to learn how to complete every aspect of the job. Unlike other workplaces where a worker might have one job, you are expected to learn how to make pizzas, serve the pizzas, work the cash registers, properly dispose and clean up food and trash, etc...The most enjoyable part of the job were the days where I was the person in charge in the main part of the restaurant. I do not mean that I managed the entire restaurant. However, there were some days where the restaurant was slow so the person in charge would take the time to complete any office work that needed to be done. I would be left to complete the majority of the tasks: making the pizzas, holding down the oven, serving the pizzas, answering the phones, and working the cash register. I gained immense satisfaction when I reached the point of no longer having to ask questions. I knew how to complete every task and I knew where all of the items were. It generally takes a while to get to know the restaurant because the worker is learning how to do every single job. It was a great experience. I recommend this restaurant as a great place to work as well as a great place to eat.