If you are looking for somewhere to work full-time, this isn't it unless you have no rain, snow, or other bad weather. It's ok for making money and having income but your pay is based on the good weather. Benefits suck, they don't kick in until after 2years of employment (except health insurance which is $$). No night differential, no holiday pay. People there stay in your business. Different crews do different things, but for the most part if you don't mind the dirt, mud, bugs, fluctuation of weather temps, nosy people and lots of drug tests, being unorganized and nobody on the same page, then you're good.