A typical day at work would be adding activities to the client's YouTube channels, updating progress documents, keyword research and answering email requests as needed.
I learned that the job couldn't hold my attention very long, this is mainly because the work being done didn't come from a place of creativity, rather "standard practices". One small mistake, especially if caught by the client could really put you in a bad position regardless of months of great work done. You are just a pawn as well as you position, you can be replaced at anytime they actually felt like doing so.
Co-workers were amazing, bright personalities, no drama.
The hardest part of the job was the repetitiveness and doing the same process over and over and over again.
Most enjoyable part of the job was the co-workers and I guess I could say from personal experience, it wasn't as stressful for me as I would see others experience.