A new experience every day, but not the best full time job.
Pros: nice people to work with, weekend job so you have week days for kids.
Cons: short breaks, very strict, and not guaranteed hours.
I got the job with Crossmark with the promise of 4 days a week of work, and after only a few short months was getting one - maybe two on a good week - days of work. I wouldn't have left my guaranteed set number of hours a week job if I had known this was going to happen.
But the supervisors are really awesome, and very understanding of any issues that – more... come up. You have their personal cell phone numbers so that no matter the time of day if you have a problem you can easily get into contact with them.
The worst part of the job was technical difficulties that you run into with the stores, and not enough days if you need the guaranteed income. But the most enjoyable part is learning about new products almost every day, getting to try them and show them to consumers. – less