Pros: easiest job you'll have
Cons: full time hours with part time pay. sketchy travel reimbursement.
Typical day at work consists of counting, counting, more repetitive counting! There is a bit of a learning curve for learning the machines, but after a week you get the idea and work out the program glitches as you work. Simplest but least exciting job you'll encounter.
Flawed scheduling system where jobs are posted online for you to "confirm" your attendance, however if you don't confirm that doesn't mean you cant show up, it counts as a no-show. These always-required job schedules will sometimes not be posted until the morning before, causing havoc on your personal life.
UNPAID TRAVEL! They will advertise you get paid for travel, but the fine print is that they will refuse to reimburse for an hour's worth of travel in either direction to out of city locations, and also refuse to reimburse if you chose not to utilize the cramped, stinky, hot/cold, unsafe vans that are provided.
Promises of advancement were humored but not honored; went through the training for manager and was never reimbursed for the training hours nor granted the position as promised.
They will hire anyone, as long as you don't have violence or larceny on record.
Hardest part of the job was the pay, dealing with the unpaid travel and assorted missing reimbursements (Class action lawsuit filed, and we won).
Most enjoyable part was interacting with coworkers and store employees (our customers), and befriending them out of the workplace, as most everyone is the same age group.