My typical workday consists of going in, checking in any materials left on the counter, shelving materials, and assisting visitors as needed until the end of my shift.
I have learned to always have patience, because sometimes people do not think about how specific or esoteric their subject is, and expect anyone to understand what their search is for based on title or subject alone.
The management and the culture are relaxed. If you show up and do your job, then there's nothing to worry about.
It is difficult to decide whether finding materials with minimal/incorrect information, or getting some people to respect the library rules is harder.
My favorite part is the relaxed pace and environment. It allows me to do research in between assisting people and performing my duties.