Started from the bottom, went to the top and sank back down.
Cons: everything else
Started out great. Yes, there is room for advancement if you put in the work but they will expect you to do extra work without the extra pay. You will basically work for the title and they think that should be good enough. I don't know if that is how it is everywhere but at least in this region it is. I was putting in at least 90+ hours every two weeks. Yes, I was making decent money. However, once you take that over-time they expect you to keep taking it and keep taking it while every one else will slack off. I will also say the more you slack off and jerk-around the more that they will respect you, at least at the places here in Bowling Green. The hard-workers get no respect and no recognition. They figuratively get spat on and shoved to the side. As long as you're putting in the work so everyone else doesn't have to that's all the supervisors care about. The supervisors seem to make up the rules as they go. We had one GREAT supervisor while we were at the top, treated everyone fairly, every thing was great and then this import came in and ruined the whole group. Things should be as a benefit to her and her 2 backups and that's it. I'll leave it at, it's a good job if you need to make a decent little bit of money for a little while but it's nothing long term. What I've heard as of lately from some friends, there's no over-time anymore ether. So there's also that.