Pros: great way to network within your career field, you become flexible and creative when faced with various tasks
Cons: limited availability of hours (20 or less a week), pay is minimum wage
The work environment is fun, professional, and semi-laid back. My co-workers were diverse, great people. We were aloud to work together, independently, and we were not micro-managed. Our ideas were regarded and we received a lot of praise from the business professors. The hardest part of the job is staying on one task when you have the ability to bounce around and help people. The most enjoyable part is seeing students that you tutored graduate, or all the thanks and appreciate comments you receive.