My youngest daughter age 22 works in a video store. It is one of a nationwide chain (not Blockbuster). Recently I learned that many times in the evening they have her scheduled to work alone. The store closes at midnight. On the nights she closes shes usually alone from 8 or 9 pm til close. I have never thought it was a great idea to have retail stores open at night with only one employeer...especially a woman. To make matters worse, they make change from an unlocked drawer behind the counter, not a register. Throughout the day and evening every so many hours they have to walk accross the street to the bank and make a deposit of accumulated funds. The last time this is done is after closing. So basically she has to walk accross the street at midnight alone with cash and make a deposit. I am just a little put off by this. To me this outfit is too cheap to facillitate employee safety by hiring more people. I told my daughter she should suggest to her regional manager that this is unsafe and that they hire more people so that no one has to be alone. She refused saying "I don't want to make waves...I need my job." What do you all think? Am I being overly concerned? P.S. Carrying is out of the question for her. She has never expressed any interest in firearms or a desire to shoot.