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Based on 791 responses, the job of Barista has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.58 out of 5. On average, Baristas are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Barista?

January 2016
"It was fun at first, then got more frustrating."
Pros: I like a few of my coworkers.
Cons: Getting treated unfairly and being around people who aren't happy to be working. Not a fun work environment anymore.
January 2016
"Great working culture, teamwork, good flexibility."
Pros: I love the rewarding experiencing waitressing and making coffee leads to.
Cons: Rude customers are the worst part of working in hospitality.
March 2016
"An art and many Friendships."
Pros: Creativity and hard work is what drives me to be a leading barista,. Passing my knowledge and skills to potential baristas gives me satisfaction,. Many friends have been made through engaging customers and good service,. Working long in the Cafe/Barista field made me confident in my workmanship,. There is a dream and goal for myself to supervise then manage a Cafe,.
Cons: Parents with children have few benifits working in small hospitality industries for Cafes in example,. Employees will not willingly take or give up their work shift while a parent is caring for their child or need more income,.
March 2016
"Excellent worker great with customers."
Pros: I enjoy interacting with people.
Cons: Horrible nasty boss.
June 2016
Pros: - Being an artist of sorts, hand crafting beverages. - Meeting interesting people everyday.
Cons: -Dealing with difficult customers. -Cleaning.
June 2016
Pros: Its fun, getting to talk to people, Also the love for coffee.
Cons: The management has lately gone down hill.
August 2016
Pros: People. The team.
Cons: The management.