There is a reason that most PMLs have been in position for 10+ years. It's an easy job if you do it, and it is also an easy job to get fired from because work validation is very easy to check.This. You work for the PMBP, and if you have any problematic ETLs or SD, your boss can drop by unannounced to them for the harshest visit that they’ll fill the DSD on, then pull them in the office after and set them straight, you’ll have a ton of exposure to the PMD (although you probably will end up wanting to stay in role vs promoting), you might make more money, you won’t fight for the DEO scraps at review time with the rest of the store; the list goes on. No more carrying a zebra, you wear black and guests think you’re a vendor, you’ll probably talk to your boss a couple times a week at most, via text or a quick call, and you’ll maybe see them every other week. Oh, and Monday-Friday early shifts 40 hours a week, no more and no less. Get bored? Want more money? Nail it for a year then ask for a harder assignment, and get an additional raise for moving to a more complex store.
The best part is guests don't bother you and you do everything on your own time for the most part. Every day is different and you aren't stuck pushing all day or setting the same pogs a million times.
Like I said, if you have any ability to be "handy" then you should consider being a PML. All of the work is walked through step by step and if you are comfortable using tools, painting and problem solving etc. I would recommend anyone to apply and see what it's about.