Work for Parks. Perks of the job,.. benefits, low pay, provided housing that could not pass a legitimate inspection from an outside inspector. Working in an outdoor environment is nice but leaders choose to do the hardest work at 1 in the afternoon in the middle of June/July versus morning, I.e using a chipper, cutting down trees, the harder manual labor activities versus doing these things during the cooler months of the year or early in the morning. Being promoted is all about who you know not what abilities you have or if you are legitimately qualified on professional skills and personal skills in leading a staff. The particular park I worked for had very poor management. Long story short, it's a buddy system and that's how you get promoted. Your buddy will pull you up through the system even if you're a poor manager. My manager experience, talks to you and every one else on the park like you're an idiot, very poor moral among the staff, heavy division among staff of about 20 employees, very demanding and unaccepting of any other solutions to a problem that would end in the same outcome. Very poor skills as a manager and very demoralizing. Always given a guilt trip or denied when requesting a day off of work to have a 3-4 days off of work. Left this agency for another and I am very satisfied with my current employer, coworkers, and leadership.