The issue could simply be a bad fit with that particular store, manager or perhaps the customer base. The people you encounter and the items you sell them are directly related. Look for merchandise that fits YOU. You will be more excited about learning, and sharing your knowledge if there is a personal connection. Excitement shows in your attitude and customers buy accordingly.The highest paying job in the world will give little satisfaction if you don't feel valued. Some retailers simply have poor employee relations with sales that suffer as a result.When you are getting ready to go to work how do you feel? Listen to that little voice in your head and trust your gut feeling. They won't steer you wrong. Where do you want your career to go? Have you told your supervisor? Ask them "What do I need to learn to do your job?". Retail experience transfers to many other semi-related fields. Gas stations usually promote from within. A manager can make in excess of 30K. A fast food manager at a successful location is looking at closer to 50K. Ask about training opportunities. Knowledge is power. The secret is always asking the right question. Until you know what you want you'll never get it.