Pros: you get exercise depending on your location
Cons: pay sucks, your peers are a-holes, zero brain usage
You'd think working at Intel was fun. The idea is anyway, the job is, well... let's just say it's not very challenging work.
Intel employees have tunnel vision, meaning, they act like robots who can't change their normal routine going from place to place. They may have masters degrees but ended up with zero social skills. So they get in your way a – more... lot. God forbid a door breaks, they won't know where to detour.
Then there's the dbags who do notice you and treat you like you're there to pick up after them like a janitor. Yeah, that's not what we are hired to do. Construction workers are also sloppy at times but they leave garbage around whether you're there or not. I suppose that comes with the territory.
Did I mention this job requires zero brain activity? No computer skills needed folks. If you're dumber than a box of rocks and have your GED, this job might be perfect for you.
Benefits kick in after 90 days. Pay is low but what do you expect for the job. Whoever designed the 'uniform' needs a new set of eyes.
This is the kind of job high school kids would love to have vs working fast food. – less