I personally loved working at IKEA. I worked there for about 4 months last summer. I think that the only drawback was that I had almost full-time hours even though I was a part-timer. They capped it at like 39 just so it wasn't considered full-time, but, let's face it, that's basically full-time. Other than that, I made really good friendships and found it exciting and fun to work there. The culture is unmatched. Because IKEA employs individuals of all ages, it was really easy to find people to get along with and overall felt like being part of a big family. I will say though, that the weekends and peak days were extremely stressful. Mind you this was the summer before COVID-19, so there were no social distancing rules in place and the place was PACKED with people almost every single day, most of whom were eager to find their items and didn't care too much for being nice to the workers. If fast-paced situations stress you out, this isn't the job for you. But even through the stressful times, I always look back on my experience there though sentimental glasses. Oh and $4 lunches daily if you wanted it. So that was a plus.
Long hours of manual labour
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