Where I ended up after Toys R Us closed down.
Isn't as bad as I thought a Fast Food job would be. Making minimum wage doing opening maintenance, fry station (dropping sides, chicken/fish in the fryer), frontline (register & cleaning lobby), passing out ready orders and drive-thru on rare occasion.
Most Boring- Frontline
Prefer not to work- Drive-Thru (see it as Frontline but worse)
For me it's just a job. The first place I've worked without a family member being involved. Been there for almost 5 months. About 7 people have left or gotten fired since I've been there. Usually get around 30 hours a week or more since I occasionally get asked to stay for a few more hours during a shift. For a while it was 6 day work weeks but it's down to 5 now. Worked 8 days straight declining to take someone's shift on the 8th day because it was my only day off that Saturday. Schedule is never done on time. Work week starts on Mondays end on Sundays.
I hate working the register because of some of the people I have to deal with. Because of Frontline duties and how they schedule some people I can't get the lobby cleaned at a good time before it's time to go because of having to go back to the front whenever customers come in, so whenever I work Frontline, I never get off on time.
Other than that it's not too bad. It's no Toys R Us, but that environment will never happen again. I'd honestly like to do something gaming industry related (not Gamestop).