Great pay, training, benefits. Great sales and management experience. Super secure job; only getting fired if you are unethical. However, work life balance and long term incentives are shaky.
Work week consists of 12+ hour days, sometimes no break, for about 6 days a week. Weekday hours tend to be 6:45am arriving -7:30pm leaving. Many stores are being changed to having 7am-7pm weekend hours. the higher the position, the less balance, is what I've seen and heard. I've heard some managers having to work for 27+ days straight. Based on the 100+ employees I've known/spoken to, work life tends to be in the "too much time at at work" spectrum.
The only thing going for the position is pay. If you like getting paid good money, you can stay with this career and make six figures in under 4 years, and much more in under 10. But to make it there, you have to be cold blooded. You have to do whatever it takes to sell. You've got to "shake hands and kiss babies". I've seen this trend of success to only lie in those who aren't the nicest or good-hearted, in my (very) personal opinion.
It seems as if those in the corporate side of the business may be better off, with better work hours and job environment. But I can't say for certain. May be the best path to take if you aren't sales driven?
I learned a lot from Enterprise, but for those interested, you'll do great if you like to work hard and are great at sales. Otherwise, you'll find yourself very fatigued and disappointed.