Not the worst place to work, definitely not long term job
Cashier, Fuel Attendant (Current Employee) – Lockport, NY – 14 May 2019
Typical shifts range from 4 to 8 and a half hours, usually spent behind a register of some sort. In the gas station, I was left on my own, which for me was a plus as most of the front end was way to argumentative for my liking. If anything displeased a customer inside the store, management was usually slow and not harsh on the punishment, as long as they liked you. If they didn't like you for any real or unreal reason, they watched you like vultures, waiting for a mistake to pounce on.
In the gas station, I was left to my own devices as long as customers got their fuel and nothing was totally broken. As time has gone by, I have seen many people get trained for that department and almost none of them either work for the store anymore or if they do still work there, they are transferred to another department where they cannot use the skills they got in the gas station (ie working in the deli or stocking shelves), making the entire process of training these employees virtually worthless.
If you can handle working on your own, the gas station is perfect.
If working on your own is a challenge working in this store might be a challenge.