Not too bad. Money and benefits are good. Working in a new department that has strict metrics and production requirements but , because it's a new department, what's important changes day by day. There's really no clear way of recording production or quality which means everyone lives in constant anxiety about losing their jobs for not hitting numbers that don't accurately measure the quality of their work. There are three levels of researchers, Survey researchers (No degree required) 20$ per hour, Tenant Researchers (Associate Degree Required)$24 per hour, and Portfolio Researcher(Bachelor Degree Required)60k per year. Surveyors call 200 or so businesses a day and ask six rapid fire questions. Tenant researchers call about 50 businesses a day and try and get lease info, move in dates, rent, SF under the guise of doing research for,"local development agencies." They're looking to get 25 calls over 60 seconds. Portfolio researchers deal with commercial real estate brokers, uploading their listings and trying to get lease comp information to sell back to other businesses. They try and get 20 or so calls per day about 120 seconds. Several people have been promoted from Tenant Survey to Tenant Researchers, however, 0 people who applied from Tenant Researchers to Portfolio Researchers have been promoted. So really no hope for upward mobility past Tenant Researcher. Benefits are great. You get $150 per month for free lunches...but you have to pay $130 per month for parking so that's pretty much a wash. There are break rooms with free snacks which is great.