It paid the bills, didn't know if you had a job when you came in.
Pros: benefits, pay
Cons: insulting, backstabbing, demeaning, stressful
I would stay away from Park Nicollet/Methodist Hosptial. I worked in the kitchen for quite awhile, it got to the point that I had to leave. I couldn't stand being put down, barked at, told I couldn't speak, I actually had to ask for permission to use the bathroom. I got tired of the militant behavior by the supervisors. When reporting it to HR, nothing was done. There is no pay on this Earth that makes this job worth it. They demean you, put you down in front of others, but when you try to say something, your insubordinate. If your late, it's counted as being absent, they will replace you without checking to see if you something happened to you first. There is no job worth this. I made a lot of friends there, but no job is worth this much stress.
I compare working in the kitchen to what I think it would have been like in a concentration camp, or a prison, if you don't believe, then I would apply to find out.