Pros: you don't have to work that hard
Cons: lack of client concern, manipulative business tactics
The one reason I left Lucas group is because it is, for lack of a better term, a "sleazy" company.
The first hour working there, I witnessed two recruiters lie to a potential client about their capabilities without concern. You look at their website and it is like a great poster for a bad movie.
The headhunters are underpaid and seemingly need the money which hurts ethical conduct.
Picture the recruiting version of Glen Gary Glenross and there you have it. If you need some extra money, tossing resumes can be lucrative sometimes, but many of the people working at the Lucas Group are part-time waiters, but don't tell clients that which blew me away.
The one saving grace is that you don't have to work too hard, but then again that could be a negative. Work there at your own caution, but you won't feel good about yourself.