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What is it like? i grew up around disney, and thought that it would be absoloutly amazing to work there. if anybody can tell me what its like, thank you so so much. :bow:
Working for the mouse had it's moments, but it is a job like most others. Many people start work there based on how much they like going to the park only to be confronted with the fact that many of the positions are actually kind of hard, repetitious work. It has been decades since I worked there but I still remember coming home from a 5:00 pm to 1:30 am shift bone tired and ears ringing from all the noise and getting up the next day to do it again. Working at the park is not for everyone for sure. but if you can handle it you'll have memories that will last a lifetime.