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Great place to work if you want extra income on a partime status. Great management and work crew. On the job training and great pay. Can advance with on the job training. Get to work with celebrities.
You can pick your jobs.
Not full time work.
I loved working with them and I loved the people, downside is that if you're overflow you don't get a lot of work which makes earning a membership harder. I definitely recommend it as something you should do while you're in school though.
It seems pretty dead end unless you network or live in the right area
Great work to supplement your salary at a full time position. Work is not full time, but pay is great and the people make it worth it! It works like this. You get a call for an event. You can opt in, or out. If it works for both parties you attend. Each job varies depending on the event as does the pay. But for a part time, or supplemental salary it is wonderful!
Not great for full time employment
This is very hard work, but the management is generally pretty good, people are very lively and exciting, the hours and work load is very challenging, I enjoy the people and the shows and concerts I get to see.
Healthcare and salary
It's long and good hours just not consistent. As some say it's either feast or famine. ;) Great work environment and coworkers though and dynamic work.
A very strenuous workplace. Most days are long and tiring with a typical work day lasting 10 hours. Almost everyone working there is tense, stressed, or on edge. There's usually a dispute daily because of this, especially nearing the deadline of a certain project. Whether between two sections of the workplace (Paint, Construction, Art Direction, etc.) because of miscommunication or a mess-up from one or more sections. Upper management is aware of these issues and there are strides to resolve them. However it's difficult to wrestle this issue because of the nature of this line of work. For new employees with little to no experience, this can be very taxing both physically and mentally.
Well payed with great benefits if you become a member. Lot's to learn.
Long hard hours. Lot's of co-worker disputes. Tense enviroment.
Good work if you can drive to the other side of Atlanta (from me), work any shift, and get work on another production when your's is over. Good experience but a lot of uncertainty as far as your next gig.
Long commute; no job security
The work can be laid back to frantic depending on the show. Everyday I've worked I've learned a variety of skills which keeps it interesting and challenging. The management varies but overall is well handled. Co-workers are laid back but the work can cause irritability in some. Most of the challenge is in figuring logistically how to solve problems and making sure everyone is on the same page even after what can be long hours in addition to seeing how rock shows are assembled. I've enjoyed learning new skills and the flexible schedule allows for the option of maintaining employment in other jobs.
Compensation and flexable schedule.
Inconsistant hours with dry patches throughout the year.
Days are long, very long. The average day is 13hrs when working. But while there I have learned much about Set and Stage lighting,Video projection and Camera operations. Management can depend on the personal naturally, there are good and bad bosses, for the most part they are generally most are knowledgeable. Co-workers can also cross the gambit from great to the polar opposite. Hires can be brought in for their knowledge base for what they're willing to work for. And that reflects the job at the time. The hardest part of the job can be the extreme hours, A normal day can be 12hrs long on the average. Which makes long engagements very exhausting. But it is very satisfying making or working on something that people really enjoy. Especially when its something that will be watched and enjoyed for many years.
Free meals when working, A great experience.
Long hours, and hurt you social and family life.
Working on TV and films is a good living, however work is limited to the few people at the top of the union, I cannot support myself with only 4 months of work a year and so I need a change of career!
Meals Paid for
Hours are always long, no set shift time.
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