Pros: a few really good people. learned a lot about "banking" world.
Cons: taking a family home, or forcing them to close their business -horrible.
Rampant nepotism. Sterotypical low pay. Audits continually.
Crowded 3rd floor almost unbearable. Files huge, heavy, messy.
I took a job as a part time file clerk, (for low pay) which I should never have taken (its this economy!) I tried hard to move up, learn more, worked very hard (physically harder then I've ever had to work before). I asked if I – more... could do more & different types of work; processing invoices, ordering appraisals, checking files for insurance, assisting with property management, etc. They brough me on full time and gave me more per hour. About 8 months passed. Then I injured my back, lifting too much continuously; a couple of office moves and audit after audit after audit, back to back. After that, for some reason, they didn't have any more work for me. Someone said I made a mistake a few months ago and they abruptly ended my assignment. Strange. Seems illegal. But I just let it go...I felt stabbed in the back by one of the people I was working with every day--Who often talked about people there who were "not doing their jobs". – less