As an cashier, I've noticed that women always keep their eye on the register, and after everything is rung up, they dig in their purses searching for cash and are often short. Like didn't you know how much money you had to work with? Don't you use a calculator or do a running total, as you shop? Men, on the other hand, also watch the register but have their money in hand. All the while, the children are hog wild. Knocking candy all over, pulling out dvds, screaming their brains out and the parents are oblivious. Meanwhile, it seems I'm expected to kiss their feet for spending money in a store that I don't own. Needless to say, I quit. You're overworked and underpaid.
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OP here. I'm an analytical person who worked 15 years as an Asst. Payroll Manager doing paychecks and company budgeting/corporate collections. Therefore, my past contact with the public was very impersonal. After many years being a SAHM, I decided to experience work in the trenches and develop my inter-personal skills. I had a very good relationship with my customers and they often would reward me with presents or would only come to my register for service. You assuming judgmental people here crack me up! I learned a lot from that job and about people, in general, especially how they act about spending their money. It's definitely made me a better Manager and business owner. It pays to know the nature of your clients. Thank you mrs.josey1018200 for being the only one observant enough to call me on it.
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