Pros: job security, flexible work hours, you get to make a positive impact on the pediatric community
Cons: pay and benefits, lack of advancement, lack of management.
They tend to grab people with little to no experience. So this can be great for someone getting out of college or starting a new career path. There is also a general sense of community where everyone knows it's about helping the children.
The pay and benefits are not great. No raises, promotions, or room for advancement. A lot of the employees including – more... management have been there for 10+ years and have strong bias against newcomers. New employees within the same job level report to a core group of peers and not to management. This can be useful for management to pursue other projects but awful for new employees who become underappreciated. – less