Arranging a family trip to an amusement park is an ordeal, so you could likely imagine how horrible it’s for people who spend each and every day there as workers. Sure, they get a pay check, but I”m not certain there”s really any sum of money which will refund their time spent in the hot sunshine coping with sugared up kiddos and emotionally exhausted parents.
Those who’ve made it outside and on to less animation-driven professions have spilled their secrets about what it”s actually like to work at Six Flags, Disney World, as well as other amusement parks all over the world.
1. Parking is pretty much constantly a pain.
2. Ride security is assessed daily.
3. There”s astonishingly less vomit than you”d believe.
4. Folks ask if they”re going to expire on the ride. A lot.
5. Ride operators are compelled to hear exactly the same tunes over and over again.
6. Disney Princesses have to have the ability to think on their feet.
7. Princesses are accountable for their very own make-up.
8. Disney makes sure their workers remain hydrated.
I”m happy to understand it”s not all poor, but I”m convinced those who survived these occupations have even more stories to tell.