I've been working for Continental for 3 years now, and it's been a fun ride. I've met interesting people, both client and co-worker, and I've grown a lot professionally throughout my tenure. There's plenty of room for advancing through the company, and no shortage of support for doing so. There's also a great health/dental benefits package available, as well as monthly bonuses.
Your typical day involves serving clients coming into purchase different currencies or send money abroad, balance your tills, basic housekeeping of the branch, and enjoying some pretty great staff in the process.
It can be pretty stressful at times when there's just a crowd of people in line, considering you need to be careful when dealing with such a large volume of money throughout the day, but just be keeping your pace, it's easy to overcome. The trick is to not feel pressure to "speed through a lineup" That's how mistakes happen.