Cons: Short breaks, long walks
Typical day at work: Get dropped off at your assigned zone. Patrol the whole zone looking for parking violations. After covering that zone, start making your way to your next assigned zone and patrol that zone before its time to meet up with your assigned partner for the night. After meeting up with your partner, you can either take a short break for approximately 30 minutes. Maybe 45 minutes but that depends on the amount of tickets you've issued before meeting your partner or you can choose which of the 2 of the 4 zones you both will patrol together before taking your break. But you both must come to an agreement.
What I learned: I've learned that its a pretty easy job. If you don't mind a lot of walking.
Management: No comment.
Co-workers: My co-workers was pretty cool. As long as you just go there, clock in, focus more on your job and your money than anything else, things will go smooth.
The hardest part of the job: Personally, the hardest part about the job was getting a lot of tickets. Especially in zones where there aren't many violations and a lot of open space.
The most enjoyable part of the job: Being able to get along with your partner and supervisor while being safe from a low ticket count. Also, having a smooth day, no trash talk from people you giving tickets to, proving the people wrong.