The best private in Chicago..but...
Pros: plenty of work available
Cons: childish ego-driven managers, holdovers, tie
A fairly secure place to work as a medic or EMT provided you don't mind being treated like a child and don't desire much of a raise, ever. They are fairly flexible with many stations and schedules and they can assist you to get higher certs.
If you can keep your ego in check, do as they ask, don't question or complain, and don't mind frequent holdovers, you can survive there.
It's getting better, but management still can't get it's act together and act professionally.
Why is it so hard to find professionals in professional positions?
Oh, and you have to wear a tie on the ambulance. -50 points