Pros: 1 hour lunch
Cons: No family life, benefits are the worst, schedule is horrible
A word of advice, if you don't have thick skin this job is not for you. A typical day involves collection calls, some crazy phone calls when a person's vehicle is repossessed, processing new loans, answering a million and one questions (some have common sense answers), taking payments, hearing people complain about the interest when it was explained to them already. All of that is only the half of a typical day. The management and co-workers change so much that you lose track of who still works for the company and who doesn't. The hardest part of the job, to me, would have to be having to please management with your numbers. If a store's numbers are bad, expect to lose your job because the upper management feels that someone else can do your job better. There is no good part to this job at all. It sucks up all of your time no matter what position you are in, but if you are a store manager expect to work until close most of the time, and if you are a general manager expect to work 8am-8pm every day of the week except for your day off (and upper management will take it from you if your numbers are bad). Yes, there are some holidays that the company is closed for, but it's not all government holidays only a select 6. If you are a single person that is not family oriented, and you have a drive to deal with the craziness then this is a job for you.