The pay is minimum wage, maybe a little more after you have experience and do a good job. It also involves washing pans & buckets, taking the trash out, mopping and cleaning bathrooms. You will work almost all nights and every weekend.
We called them "cooks".
We had an automated oven so it was hard to screw it up unless you let the pizzas back up. The manual ovens are trickier and can involve burns to your hand or arm if not careful.
There are no benefits and very few are full time. Maybe a vacation after a year if you average 30+ hours after 52 weeks.
You can move up to assistant manager which is usually low pay and long hours. And if you do a good job, they might give you a decent raise after 6 months. And you may also be "promotable" to manager if & when they have an opening.
But even the manager pay is not great compared to many jobs. There are no sick days or paid holidays. But there may be small bonuses based on your sales & profits. And a weeks vacation after a year.
They say the store manager is supposed to work 48-50 hours but I worked 70 hours for the first 2 months after my "promotion". It got better so I could work fewer hours and its a good thing because I was not going to do that much longer.
To follow up on the pay as assistant manager. As a beginning assistant manager, I made about $13 a week more than if I was getting minimum wage plus overtime. After I guess 6 months, I got a $30 a week raise. And then when they promoted me, it was "temporary manager" and another $55 a week. After 2 months they removed the temporary label and gave me another $50 a week. And I had the opportunity to make both weekly sales and quarterly profit bonuses and those were a nice amount.
All the above was Pizza Hut back before delivery. I had a packed out dining room and a constant line at the drive thru on friday nights. When I started, I had a total of 7 people when the labor guide called for 12-13. When I got it up to 11-12, things were move smoother.
I hired a guy with a college degree for minimum wage. I was not sure he was willing to work because many think they are above that. He proved me wrong so I quickly promoted him and told him I could pretty much guarantee he would get his own store if he stuck with it. And he did, faster than me partly because I was constantly bragging on him.