Pros: you recieve ample amount of days off, and benefits are a plus
Cons: for one month of the year, you don't get paid.
My work is most productive on busy days, I have learned a lot including handling the ATS systems which we use to monitor attendance, medical, and scores for all students. This database holds all that is needed to run a school in my department. The hardest part of the job is once you have reached the maximum amount under your title their is no room for promotions. You would have to receive more education that is if you can afford to pay for it, in order to be promoted. The most enjoyable and rewarding part of the job, is to have former students return and tell you thank you for pushing them to work and study harder, and for our patient.