Pros: pool tables, ping pong tables
Cons: a lot of badgering from management
After spending 12 years with XJT, I learned many useful skills in aviation and in leadership. I learned how to communicate what problems we were facing on a day to day basis, and how to adapt and overcome challenges. The training was top notch until they were bought by a different company. Then training became more difficult to get. As far as benefits go, the pay was great. They offered a decent 401k, and health insurance. It is a union work force, though the union doesn't really do much. We were in a five year negotiation war with the company when I left in 2014, and its still going.