Pros: Great management, Easy to perform job, Constant interaction with people
Cons: Hard to Advance to Full Time, Work is repetitive, Co-worker experience may vary, Benefits are modest but servicable.
I will openly admit that my time at Beneficial Bank was to pay my way through college, and despite that I can say with honesty that it was easily one of the best jobs I have ever had.
The work, while mundane, was simple and kind, and the constant interaction with daily "regulars" and new people alike always made it interesting, and the management of the branch I worked at would be served an injustice if mere words were used to describe how well they ran that place, despite serving in a shrinking town and customers irate at the change of pace when the original bank was bought out by Beneficial.
That said, the four-and-some-change years that I worked there definitely imparted me with more knowledge than I had when I first signed on, ranging from Banking and Finance to Communication Skills and setting up a personal budget.