I needed something while going back to school, and boy did a find a job... Low pay, hard work, long hours, stressful coworkers and managers. Sometimes I would have to work outside in the sun for hours, mandatory with pants, using old and slow tools because of budget concerns. It is almost impossible to advance. There were a couple of a good coworkers that you could possibly engage in thoughtful conversation with for a few minutes out of the day. That was about it. The fact that I was a temporary employee for two years with no real benefits or raises made it terrible. I'm glad I'm finally done with my degree and moving forward, hopefully never to be in a position like that again.
Overtime, not always micro-managed
Overtime is unspokenly mandatory, high stress/high pace