The job is a decent job if you're having trouble finding anything else. It's environmental services so the job is physical labor and depending on the weather you could be working 60 hours, or 5 hours a week. Not counting that against them. The people who you work with are very unreliable, at best, just because of the nature of the job. Also the type of hourly workers there aren't really people I would usually associate with, nor spend time with outside of work. But again, no big sins. The Bosses are nice when you do a good job, and fairly understanding if something goes awry. There is a decent opportunity for upwards mobility but, these positions are hardly something I would call desirable. If you are in a pinch, and need some cash, this place is great. If you're looking for a career here, more than likely try somewhere else. But, hey, if you live in Michigan, most times you'll take what you can get, right? To put it bluntly, if you have a degree, look elsewhere. If you don't have a degree and need to find work, this place will be just fine as long as you don't mind physical labor.
Nice Bosses, Fairly good pay (if the hours are there).
Unreliable coworkers, boss turnover, 24/7/365 availability.