Pros: food day, able to listen to music, flexible scheduling, and easy make up time.
Cons: short break, low pay, low hours
In a typical day at work I would clock in and get started by logging into all of the sites needed for the day. I would then take part in answering and arranging tickets, archiving, and doing the tasks assigned by my leads. I learned how to work at a computer faster and handle excel in a business (non-science) setting. the management was nice both were – more... women and i had fabulous coworkers who actually all got to know each other and created a very efficient work environment.
The hardest part of the job was helping students and parents to get in the correct documents, especially taxes, which sometimes had to be rescanned and fixed to be seen. The most enjoyable part was food day. – less