Great social environment but...
Pros: healthcare, dental, 401k
Cons: vacation, holidays, job advancement
A typical day on the job is usually 9-5pm for those of us on the day shift. Overtime is not an option for my field, although I am occasionally expected to work at midnight without compensation. Working at the New York Post is great for an entry-level position, but I can't say it is ready for mid-senior level professionals.
I can say that I've learned a few things to better my career and to look out for things I don't care for when I decide to move on.
Healthcare, dental and 401k are great and I'm happy with the benefits, but salary-wise and job advancement are quite dismal.
Management is typically all over the place. Not many departments know what the others are doing therefore leading themselves into a mess that could be avoided with better team leaders. There is a lot of talent and experience from the employees, but it is not utilized to the companies benefit.
The best part about the company are the people you work with. Everyone is energetic and wanting to better the company in the best way they can.
My favorite part about working at the New York Post are my colleagues. They are a socially entertaining group with unlimited talents.