It's a great learning experience working at loram, long hrs lots of hard work, and the all the traveling you get to do seeing new places. It has been a good experience being apart of this company it's like other jobs there's ups and downs and my personal experience has been overall good. You rotate home every 8 to 12 weeks realistically. Pretty good benefits, being from the south it's a bit of a headache but not to bad. The pay is low especially the more you advance the less the money comes, and that's why I am contemplating my next move.