I have been at TBI enough to know how things are run and see what it's like. I personally have enjoyed my time at TBI despite some setbacks. The job is simple and not hard. It's mostly helping passengers, but there is a lot of standing involved. In general, you are regurgitating and repeating the same general airport information for passengers (which doesn't bother me because I like helping people) but if you don't like that or if you don't like standing, then it's not for you.
thought it being at the airport would mean better pay, but that's not true. It's better than a lot of retail and other low experience jobs. They do have incremental raises which is good but you have to wait for them.
If you want a job that's simple, helping people, and you are earning more than minimum wage, then go for it.
Shift time (For my interpreter shift), easy job, airport environment, international culture exposure, I love helping other, fixed raises every 6 months, Good benefits
Starting pay is decent but could be higher, transportation to airport can get crazy, perceived favoritism, some bad managers sometimes, lack of organization at times.