Pros: benefits, flex scedule, spacies work area.
Cons: paid twice monthly.
A friendly work environment, you can learn so much about cancer coding, and research measures. So much history, it was a nice journey through time. However, like all places, your management will determine if you will be a good fit. If they are workable relationships, all will be well. Hardest part of my job, was knowing what exactly what my primary job was. I was hired in at the end of fiscal year, so I learned every part to help out my team. This was a good thing, but also a strained thing sometimes. I love being able to plug in my headphones and work.