Pros: absolutely none
Cons: pay, co-workers, management, did i say pay?
A typical day of work for me includes being pulled from this department to that department because not only do they hire incompetent people, they allow people who have become old, rigid, and complacent to stay far longer than they deserve. I've learned that advancement has nothing to do with who is qualified for the job here, it's solely based on who likes who, who doesn't like who, who will kiss up, and who will accept the horrible pay. The management sucks here. Just because you have the qualifications, does NOT mean you are qualified. They are cluesless about business. Co-workers here are okay people, but everyone is disgruntled. I personally wouldn't trust anyone farther than you can throw them, there is a LOT of gossiping, a LOT of people who mind everyone else's business but their own, just a lot of fakery, they smile in your face and talk about you as you walk away. It's pathetic really. The hardest part of the job is working with incompetent people, being managed by incompetent people, and the lack of hard work. No one wants to do anything. The most enjoyable part of the job is during the summer months when we get out at 3pm. Otherwise there isn't a thing enjoyable about this place. If you expect to get paid what you deserve, do not apply. If you expect to work with people capable of doing their job, do not apply. Just don't apply at all, you can thank me later.