Really snotty people to work with.
Cons: pay, management
Jobs in general always depend on who you work with, but for the Walgreens store in Gillette, Wyoming I was treated very unfairly, talked behind my back, as was my good co-worker. Laughs were stiffled for reasons I am not aware of. The agreed upon 35 hours per week when I first started was complied with, but soon (90 or so days afterwards, when befits would start kicking in.) Soon downgraded to 30, then to 25 then back up to 29 once brought across to management. For my benefits I had to make a MINIMUM of 30 hours PER WEEK, and they cut me off at 29. After months of bringing this up, I finally quit, and will not ever again want to work at a Walgreens/CVS store AGAIN. Besides that though, the job was fairly easy - if you were to work in cashiering as I did, you would do some stocking here and there, but it was mainly keeping your front clean and greeting customers, and always giving every customer a smile - even if you were rushing!