Pros: one hour lunch breaks, flexible work schedule
Cons: low pay, no benefits, short eployment period
Being an office assistant, my experience here was truly unique. I learned how to conduct phone screens, manage and complete information on large databases containing sensitive personal information, double-check studies, and I attended a few research study info sessions. My co-workers, or may I say research assistants, were practically people within my age range, so that made me feel more comfortable working with them. The hardest part of the job was being able to keep wup with remembering psychological terms and various diseases while conducting phone screens. The most enjoyable part was just working with my four research assistants in general.