Secure employment but it gets repetitive and you must relocate for advancement
The work hours are ideal, Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm in most cases. The work is repetitive once you learn your duties in most cases, which can be a good or bad thing depending on your preferences. The pay is not extremely high if you aren't in a leadership position, but you receive other benefits like PTO, Sick leave, Pension/Retirement. No social security benefits are deducted, so keep that in mind. The workplace culture varies depending on your office location, but just like any other place. It can be good/bad, messy, micromanaging, or great depending on your supervisor, coworkers and leadership support. There are online and face-to-face training opportunities. Advancement opportunities are typically limited to regional offices or the headquarters, so be prepared to relocate and/or travel a lot if you plan to see those leadership positions.
Job security, benefits, set schedule
Repetitive, can get a bad supervisor, lower pay, not as many local opportunities for advancement