Pros: Employees are all friendly
Cons: Early hours, lack of management support, NO sick days allowed
I say this, because in my opinion, the employees of the company are what makes the company, and should be treated that way. Not with this job. Even though fellow photographers were friendly, and did everything they could to help each other, it was made very clear that we were expendable, not only in that we were never given days off or even sick days, but in the fact that we were not given much support. I spent most of a season without the necessary supplies, without any sort of feedback on picture quality, and yet was hounded if I took more than a day too long to turn in paperwork. On top of that, the hours are INCREDIBLY early, which leaves you exhausted and tired. This isn't true for the "veterans," those who have been around for a while and get the good schools, but from what I can tell, the only way to get to that illusive status is to basically take their abuse for a couple years.
Also, a HUGE word of warning, because this position is yet again listed as full-time. IT IS NOT. It is barely part time, because of how quickly they want you to work (ten kids an hour!), and their insistance that you see no more than 60 kids. You will rarely work more than 6 hours a day, 5 days a week, and not make more than $11 for it. Good luck, if you really want this job, but I promise you, there's something better out there.