Pros: The manager I worked for was very nice, and was able to provide me with tasks to keep me busy.
Cons: The job didn't last very long, because they hired someone to be his assistant manager, that had a business degree as well as experience working in property management.
Although I was employed by Robert Half, Intl. I was sent to work for a property management company, that was located inside an apartment complex that helped people living on the street to rent one of the units in this building. I had never worked in this type of atmosphere before, helping people who had been homeless. Sometimes, it was a bit overwhelming, because you needed to be very patient and tactful when talking with someone who has lived on the streets before moving there.
The gentleman who was working as the property manager was recently hired, so it was difficult for him to know how I could help him, when he was still getting to know what his job entailed.
I answered the telephone but most often the calls were for him. He helped me edit the monthly newsletter, which we then printed out, and I delivered to each unit within the complex. I did file some old folders from previous tenants, and also used MS Excel to enter data from forms that people who needed a place to live would fill out.