Pros: the ability to leave at the end of the day, if someone remembered to unshackle you from the wall first.
HR very rarely has their act together, so be prepared not to be paid at first (took a good two months before payment was received for services, and that was after taking legal action). Want to move up through the ranks? Think again. Most of the inner-office politics leans more to the rear-end kissing of the higher ups. Want to go above and beyond your call of duty? Don't. You'll be ripped apart at the seams in front of your peers. The deans (or as we called them, the "Pretentious Few") will overlook you on a common basis. Want to make a few people smile? Think again. Laughter is forbidden in the work place. For the pay, you're better off selling a kidney. Or your first born child. Or you could always make a pact with some diabolical force from the depths of hades. Either way, you're doing the same thing, should you step foot in this atrocious organization. My advise? Run. Run as far away as possible, lock the door behind you, and wave good bye to any sense of humanity or the human experience should you step inside the doors.