Pros: Great entertainment, great culture of diversity and inclusion, excellent benefits
Cons: No opportunity of advancement, lackluster management, very low salary
Walt Disney World is a world-class vacation destination, but behind the scenes there is very little opportunity for advancement. Management at this company is very inconsistent and does not communicate well with their co-workers. The Cast Members (employees) working for this company are very special people that are underpaid, and not respected for the work they put forth to make peoples' vacations incredible. This company is extremely money hungry, and does not care about their workers as long as the dollar signs keep rolling in. The most enjoyable parts of my career with Disney has to be seeing the smiling faces of the guests when they enter into the Park, as well as being able to enjoy the Disney Parks after work with friends and family for free. The hardest part of the job was to advance and establish a secure career here, as even with graduating top-of-class with a bachelor's degree in honors Finance, I was still being forced to work in a job which skills were minimal, and the only educational requirement was a high school diploma.