The job isn't terribly difficult, just repetitive. Things are slow to change and ideas are slow to be assimilated if at all. Great for stability though and building some savings. The benefits are solid and there is quite a bit of PTO. I'm just looking for something more stimulating and creative, and I just am not finding that here.
I learned a great deal about communication and interpersonal relationships. I primarily am in the business of people all day, every day. My ability to navigate conversation both verbally and in writing has improved; however, I answer the same questions over and over. It gets quite tedious at times.
In the workplace, things are generally more on the quiet conservative side. People aren't dramatic and like more to keep to themselves, do their work, and go home.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the students and getting to make real, tangible changes in their lives. Those moments when students are overcome with joy and gratitude because I was able to help them are what this job worth it at all.