Pros: free admition to six flags and discounts for everything
Cons: short break, no sitting, extreme heat, little pay
Every day I worked here I would go in, prepare for work and go to my assigned ride for the day. Occasionally I'd get a few people who would be too big or too small to ride the rides and have to go through the same conversation over and over again with different people. Having to do that and keep your cool when they blow up at you takes a lot of patience and control to be as polite as possible.
My management took very good care in the company and their employees they were in charge of, they were friendly and easy going, easy to communicate and get along with. My co-workers were just the same, like a big family you didn't have to live with working together.
The hardest part of the job for me was to tell the larger people that they were too big to get on the ride I was operating, their expressions of embarrassment or anger were upsetting having to deal with it eery day. On the plus side the people who did get to ride were thrilled and satisfied when they left the ride, occasionally getting the group of teenagers or young adults who were always so thrilled to be there.