You will also probably enjoy your job. Not only can you role play, spy on people using cameras but you get a chance to exercise your creativity as well. In fact there are a lot of skills you will develop and those skills are outlined by the Exit Game team if you want to see more. In our own facility many times something has broken or didn’t work the way it was intended and our game masters had the ability to exercise their decision making skills coupled with their creativity to really impress us. Plus, who doesn’t want to be ‘behind the scenes’ of an escape room. Yea it is a lot of cameras and nerdy prop usage but it leads to developing your speaking skills and work ethic. One of our former game masters worked with us while she was in highschool and when she left to go to college she gave us a big thank you for being a part of her growing up and her mother kept saying that she use to be very socially awkward but now has a new found confidence and can talk with almost anyone. More on our company culture at Situation Room can be found on other blog post.
W e were all youth workers at one point. When I used to work for Disney World as a cast member everyone had a smile on their face. That is because when you are in a play land you can’t be sad no matter how your day is going. Working at an escape room is a lot like that; it lets you take your mind off other things and literally escape for a few hours. There is also something to be said for how exercise can boost your mood. Working at an escape room like Situation Room you will definitely get your step count in. Do not worry you are not always on your feet in fact you will likely be sitting for at least 1 hour out of every 2 hours!