Pros: work from home days
Cons: management, work-life balance, pay, job stability
Imagine walking into work every day not knowing if today is your last day. I did that for 3 of the 4 years I worked for EDMC. I was micromanaged to the finest detail on a daily basis for 8-10 hours a day. They used a rigorous metrics and QA system to set you up for failure - which, in turn, set up the company and the students up for failure. The best part was rarely being paid for the many hours of overtime I did.
I'm glad for the experience it gave me, but it was a sad and stressful experience watching people get walked out weekly because they were laid off.
I don't miss it.