6 credits as in 2 classes? Get that shit done, my friend! And yes, it's totally worth completing. AA's are pretty generalized anyways and should be a stepping stone to getting your bachelors unless you're in a trade program like medical imaging, nursing, or some IT stuff, so I wouldn't worry too much about the concentration.
I mentioned some of my situation in the OTT thread, but I'm glad this thread was created to talk a little more about it.
I'm in the process of leaving my job in retail after 9 years. I suppose it is my fault for believing in the excuses that have been thrown at me (too many to mention in one post). Years of loyalty to them (I've never called out sick and only called out to go to my dad's funeral) and I'm rewarded with a demotion - basically the same position when I first started and [now] with even less work hours. This means less pay to the point where I don't know if I can even afford health insurance. It's a real shame because there are actually parts of the job I actually like (the vendors are some of the nicest people I've met). It's as if they are offended by my happiness and they want to see me suffer as a result (one past manager even used the phrase "I would rather see you fail").
I have six credits until I get my associate's degree; however, I don't know if it's worth completing if I don't even know what to pursue. I have ideas, but knowing me I'll be like "Oh this is too hard" and give up from low self-esteem.
Sorry to hear about your situation though. Usually when they start fucking you in hours, they're getting ready to get rid of you. Retail sucks that way. If they can you, hopefully you can get some unemployment, which would make it easier to finish up those last two classes and help with insurance if you need COBRA.