Good pay, good hours, and good benefits. The office is fairly quiet with the occasional exception. Everyone is quiet welcoming to a degree, but that is any office environment. There is a lot of pride in team atmosphere though there are clicks like anywhere else.
The training I would give a 3/5. Now for general knowledge there is all kinds of training, very topline however. There is no set path to training on the basics, no standard of procedure if you will. Something new may arise at any moment. You have to ask questions, or you will be just a stick in the mud. There is a wealth of knowledge. The thing is it's just knowing who to ask, and when, as everyone is quite busy. When you are able to get someone's time take notes. Come back if you have questions, or need clarification. (This part seems to annoy some people as questions can come across repetitive. Again notes...)
You're going to fail more than a few times. Buck up. You need to be resilient. When someone critiques your work, don't take it personally, Take it as a chance to do better and learn from it. Once the ball gets rolling you will learn the right questions to ask, show progress, and you will do fine.
Pay, benefits, quiet, training...
Extremely fast paced (neither good nor bad), training leaves something to be desired...