I’ve been working in the customer service industry for five years.
My first job was working in the mall at a clothing shop.
I worked there three days a week after school and I continued working at the clothing shop even after I started college. I planned to get a degree in fashion design, but school was a lot more difficult than I anticipated. When the manager offered me an assistant position, I decided to drop out of school so I could work full-time. I continued working at the clothing shop for another six months and then I went to work at the Supercenter. I had a management position there as well, but I did not like my fellow employees. A few weeks after I transferred to the Supercenter, I was unhappy and wishing I had never left the clothing shop. I was extremely happy when I had the opportunity to start working at the pot shop. One of my friends got a job at the cannabis dispensary and recommended me for a job. I didn’t start off in the management program, but the budtender hourly wage was nearly as high as my job at the Supercenter as a manager. For the past three years, I have been working in the pot shop. Customer service is a tough job, even in the cannabis dispensary. I often have to deal with disgruntled customers that are angry and unhappy. Just last week a customer had to be escorted from the building after starting a fight with the security officer. The guy didn’t want to wait in line and the security officer wasn’t in the mood for shenanigans. When the officer threatened to eject him from the pot shop, the guy suddenly calmed down and got quiet.