Since the university has nearly doubled in size over the last few years, the workload has grown and staff hasn't. During fall and spring semesters, the work itself isn't bad - it's simple, but communication is poor so the work piles up last minute and you have too much to get done in such a short period of time, all for very little pay; even with overtime. Unless you live with your parents, or pay rent that's under $500 a month (good luck), it's NOT a good living. It feels very disheartening coming home after a 50 hour busy week and still struggle to pay bills.
The only positive of the job is that most faculty/staff are friendly, you're constantly on the move (you're outside half of the time), and the available food is endless.