Pros: nice employees, quick to gain responsibilities
Cons: horrible customers, cheap environment, repetitive radio, etc.
Sometimes in your life, you work a job that makes you do so little that you actually realize that you couldn't do "nothing" for the rest of your life; or any amount of time.
Do you like standing at the back of the store? Do you like standing for long periods of time? Do you like staring into space? Do you find joy in counting ceiling/floor tiles? Then the position of Fitting Room Attendant at ROSS Dress for Less is the right job for you. The job is pretty much as previously described; Stand at the back of the store for 4-8 hours waiting for customers to come back and try on clothes or use the bathroom. 85% of your job is doing nothing, 8% is opening the bathroom for people because you have to buzz them in, 5% is counting articles of clothing, letting the customer try them on and then take the articles that they don't want, and then the other 2% is you trying to clean the store or put clothes back before some customer rushes the changing room.
The hardest part of the job is obviously doing nothing. It mind-numbingly awful to do nothing but repeat the words; " Would you like to try those on?" and "Ok, how many do you have?" and "Oh, el baño está ahí." Customers take a close second. Because it's overstock store, the clientele isn't of the highest caliber; poor college kids, immature shoppers with slippery fingers, etc. etc. The entire reason the job exists is to stop people from stealing clothes worth less than the paper scraps they're made of.
Best part of the job is the fellow workers because most of them are just as miserable as you are. A vast majority of the workers were college students and adventurous high schoolers so they tend to be shifted out like clockwork because they all hate the job and want to move to better things. Another good thing is you can be quick to move up the chain and gain responsibilities, but you almost never utilize those skills.