Pros: physical job in nature, ( icould eat eat steak every nite.)
Cons: sometimes the endurance level was trying after one week or more.
Knowledge of many aspects of how-to handling of equipment at show site was an on- the -job learning process. One of which came to us, by very proficient lead people. I found my overall experience to be quite rewarding. Job placement on a day in ,day out, basis was entirely up to managements' needs, also, "okay to proceed"status for that particular show. The hardest part of the job was the fluctuation in start times for a given workday. This to also include, job site location and parking was also sometimes an issue for deliberation on, again, that daily basis. Besides that, I found the spontaneity of various different jobs, selected by management, upon getting there for a day's work, an exhilarating form of employment. Never stressing to me ,due to, my versatility in skills related fields, and ,good nature in general. Okay..Okay! GES taught me so many different jobs, from booth carpet, to sign graphics, to exhibit 'systems' set-up. All of the while, using the utmost safety protocol, as, there were time constraints, all the while. I cherish the memories with that company, over the years. It is all about being a good Host City, from beginning to end of show!