Pros: vacation time
Cons: 30 minute lunches
Everyday was different while working here. Some days the work would be easy and simple, while other days there was one specific room that was hard and very time consuming. I learned how to patch walls, ceilings, and paint while working here. The supervisors were great, they always checked in on you to make sure you were working but they would also talk to you to see how you were doing. The hardest part about this job was learning how to do everything right. I was completely inexperienced when I started, but they make sure to teach you exactly how to do everything. The best part about working here was the sense of community. You worked with a lot of the same people, so everyone would talk to each other and ask how they were doing.