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30 Pictures Showing What People Working In Retail Face Daily

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Anyone who has ever worked in retail knows very well how soul-destroying the experience can be. The amount of incredibly dumb questions and lack of respect an employee usually faces on a daily basis can be unbearable. Here are thirty pics documenting the struggle of dealing with a**hole customers.

1. A customer returning a “defective” iPad saying the screen was blurry and the touch screen wasn’t working properly

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Source: Reddit | Salter91

2. Just as you’re cleaning up and counting the money in the tills, customers come in with two bags of returns

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Source: Instagram | @djaytron

3. The times the question “are you open?” is asked throughout the day

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Source: Reddit | Chaseman69

4. Unfortunate incidents

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Source: Instagram | @literateus

5. The concerns of a new employee

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Source: Reddit | noleggedmonkey

6. The moment of true validation

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Source: Instagram | @amydotbeth

7. An accurate description of retail life

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Source: Reddit | Baitnik

8. Dealing with teens and fitting room item limits

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Source: Instagram | @dieselgirl78 

9. Finding new ways to entertain yourself during a shift

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Source: Reddit | Raven4life

10. Facing and folding, rinse and repeat

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Source: Instagram | @sweetfac3luv1

11. I see dead processors

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Source: Reddit | path0gen

12. Trying to remain polite and dignified

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Source: Instagram | @retail_twerkers

13. Customers largely overestimating your competencies

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Source: Reddit | wazabee

14. The worst nightmare when working retail

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Source: Instagram | @retail_twerkers

15. The reason why most stores don’t have a toilet available to the public

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Source: Reddit | cereburus

16. Customers have a knack to stand in front what they’re looking for when asking a question about its whereabouts

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Source: Imgur | officialmisunderstanding

17. Shoppers tend to think the backroom is an Amazon storage facility

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Source: Imgur | PutThatInBarry

18. You are absolutely right, even when you’re totally wrong

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Source: Reddit | Sidicious_Reign

19. Byers often grossly overestimate their comedic skills

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Source: Imgur | PutThatInBarry

20. When a customer says, “Well, this is cheaper at the other store!”

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21. Due to variable working hours and understaffing, employees in retail often have to hold down the fort

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Source: Instagram | @barista_life

22. The ‘closed’ sign being understood as decoration

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Source: Reddit | [deleted]

23. You know what’s worse than fake news? Fake friendly coworkers

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Source: Instagram | @barista_life

24. Grabbing every opportunity for a small break

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Source: Twitter | @RetailJobLife

25. Sometimes money is not worth all the hours and energy one expends dealing with nagging customers in an understaffed store

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Source: Instagram | @barista_life

26. You wonder why some places don’t put effort into displays?

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Source: Instagram | @shanchapps

27. Handing something you decided you won’t buy to the cashier on the way out is not a crime

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Source: Reddit | Crowzur

28. When you just need a quick nap

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Source: Instagram | @zakiyyahzariena

29. An ongoing struggle during a sale

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Source: Reddit | bribri_9406

30. Not being paid enough to care

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Source: Reddit | thevintagekid
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