Terrible management, no opportunity for advancement.
Biggest reason not to work here is the management. Really terrible, don't care about their employees and try to keep you at the lowest wage possible. When you do finally get a raise (which will take a while cause they'll keep pushing back your review, or you might never get one), it'll be minimal and not resemble any of your work performance. Oddly enough, the only people at this job that know how well you are performing are the ones that are getting paid just as little as you are -- management has no clue what any individual employee contributes.
I met a lot of nice coworkers here (mostly transplants from across the country), but they weren't enough to make me stay. The people at the top push you down and it shows in their high turnover rate. 2 years is a really long time to stay there, most people leave after a year. They'll say it's because they "strive to be the best" and that they "push you," but really they just push you and never acknowledge your accomplishments.
You'll work long hours and night shifts even if you didn't agree to that in the terms of employment. Something I learned at this job is that it's really easy to pull the wool over young, fresh out of college, kids eyes. They'll probably try to cover up this review by making a new profile, so I'll make sure to copy and save this review for the next one I see.
Generally speaking, the newly employed lab technicians are usually quite nice to talk to and be around.
If you are fresh out of college, just find someplace else to work.