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Kerri Beirne

I can answer that. I worked there for almost 2 years. I'll tell you what it's like. If you work up front as a cashier, you're responsible for all the stocking and running the register while doing that. If you're an assistant manager like I was after being promoted from being a cashier, you stock all the heavy stuff in the back. So by the end of the day you're worn out from stocking, running back an forth from being called up front for voids, or customer complaints or helping a cashier get the line down or getting money for the cashier... you get the gist of it. Family Dollar stores usually have 2 people day and 2 people night. BUT if you get in a larger store where they actually have more employees, then you might get lucky enough to be just a cashier or just a stocker. Good luck.

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