We also had something to do. Sometimes we waited on others, but we were always told to push for answers, progress, and status. Then pay was good, but it was also hard work. I like that there was structure and that I could get answers and assistance from more experience people. The only down side of the job was that leadership treated contractors poorly and sometimes with disrespect. I understand that our department was in charge of beautifying the campus and physically maintaining it and expanding it and we also need to stretch every cent as mush as possible. However, leadership could have handle other outside people and at times its own employees better.
working with experience people, learn a lot, location, productivity, and coworkers
leadership lack of respect towards other contractors and working long hours for them