I am glad to have had the opportunity to use my degree in my job field, but I was required to locate to another state to work on the contract, and while hundreds of people were hired, the attrition rate was high. I would say that after the first month less than half the original people were there. I was only at the work site for a few months before my contract ended, and it was supposed to be a year contract. The job site had a constant influx and outflow of workers in various sections, where it didn't matter if people were contractors or FTE's, they were all released, laid off, or furloughed, so that it got to the point where I wondered if the weekly team meeting would NOT have a mention of "don't worry about your job, that was only the people in section "x".....
I would also say that if you have good health insurance where you are, don't let it go for what this company offers. My combined rent and car payment each month cost less than what was offered as family coverage.....
My biggest challenge with the work site was that you were only allowed one source from which to seek answers to questions, and it could take days to get an answer, and you were not allowed to consult with the other employees about questions, at all.
Able to work overtime hours remotely
No job security, and attention to detail is shunned.