Pros: discount, lively place, dancing, make friends, will offer healthcare if number of hours reached, security cameras, and great general manager.
Cons: lots of encounters with child fluids/secretions, loud, teenage atmosphere, drama, purposeful lying, and hard raises.
I believe once you hit 18-19 you should leave this establishment and look for a "grown-up" job. There are Team 2 and so on leaders that become the drama problem because they've been stuck in a child's environment so long they don't know how to act.
But if you can thwart this and are pursuing management by all means go for it, it's a fun place to work. – more... Very fast paced, demanding, and sometimes rowdy.
You meet great friends, sometimes that last longer than this job.
Just beware that if you don't want something out to the whole cast and crew, keep it to yourself and watch who you befriend, there are many adults who act like teens themselves.
And you have to fight for your raises. – less