Working at the YYC airport was particularly fun and active. There are a few Duty Free shopping locations throughout the airport so at the end of a shift, generally full-time, one could easily reach 10,000 steps, so it was great for me and my co-workers at remaining active. A general day was very simple, we would clock in, check in which location of the airport we were servicing, and head down, and service the customers until either the end of your shift or there was a rotation. As for my co-workers, they were very helpful, fun, and enjoyable to work with when I first started out, and management was relatively the same.
The hardest part of the job would have to be when our valued customers were not seeing eye to eye with the liquid regulations, so we would simply have to take whatever the customer had to say, but still enforce the rules of the airport.
The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to interact with such a diverse group of people from all over the world. Working there inspired me to study a couple of foreign languages, and soon, I will be taking my fluency exam in French and Spanish.
Lots of Freebees during the holiday season
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