Good starting job, not for those with higher goals in other fields.
Pros: People are non-egotistical, except for some managers
Cons: No benefits, short breaks, terrible pay
A day working at Taco Bell includes clocking in on a cash register and finding out what you will be doing for that shift, whether that be food preparation or order-taking. I learned very quickly how to multitask and prioritize the most important things. The management was very inconsistent in my tenure at Taco Bell, so I can't provide a full review of the managers that are employed. I do know that the current managers are determined to have a successful store, and a few of them have fun while doing it. My co-workers are definitely easy to work with. Rarely will you find a new Taco Bell employee with a big ego. The hardest part of the job is not getting out on the time you were scheduled. That was and still is the most frustrating part of this job. You clock in on time, but you're not guaranteed anything when it comes to clocking out. The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with people your age and being able to work well with them. Overall, there are definitely better jobs out there, even in fast food. If you're desperate, go for it. If you can find something else, though, do it. I'd rather go back and work for any other fast food restaurant in Pueblo.