When I use to work at Value Pawn, I would run into a lot of issues with unethical employees and supervisors. The daily tasks became very tedious after a while and it was difficult to get a leg up into the company. When working as an Inventory Associate, the responsibility of moving outside merchandise in and out of the store became quite overwhelming when the Pawn Shop was overstock with lawnmowers and bicycles. If you are positioned as a Pawnbroker, you would face unfair scenarios of employees stealing your customers to gain more sales for their benefit. The increase of a raise annually is very minuscule. A lot of weight is definitely on the store managers when they don't hit their quota every month. There is a lot of retail opportunities here and you will learn about appraising merchandise and jewelry. However, if you are not as compassionate as being a Pawnbroker, I wouldn't suggest this job to be a career.
EZ Pawn Systems, Mgmt, Merchandise Clutter in Specific Stores