Pros: training in a department store, afternoon start and good co-workers.
Cons: short hours, no pay and no free lunch.
A typical day of work would be power washing the mossy pavement, sorting certain plants in a presentable order, showing the way of certain produces and doing carry-outs of mulches to customer's cars.
What was learned was how to use a pallet jack, power wash, how to work with others and how to act/speak around customers.
The co-workers were very nice, there was two of them and work progressed swiftly for 2 months.
Nothing seemed to be very difficult at all, it was 4 hours of work from the afternoon.
The most enjoyable part was of course working there since the co-workers and manager were very friendly and the work was not hard at all.