Temporary, drab, long-commute requiring employment for very poor pay and treatment.
Pros: over-time hours were available consistently.
Cons: it was a miserably poor work culture.
Through this staffing agency I performed temprary work with no chance of being hired on. The commute was an hour and a half both ways for no compensation, on a mandatory 35 dollars-a-week, raggedy, infested, schoolbus ride The pay was barely above minimum wage, and temporary workers were treated with bias, unequally, and doggedly.