University Hospitals had a lot of bed bug infestations. They were just everywhere. You couldn't escape from them. It just wasn't worth the risk.
The job was low paying and it was a real pain to get to work - I had to drive to the rapid station, take the rapid, then the shuttle bus, then walk a long way. It just was not worth it. I rarely saw daylight. When I left in the morning, it was dark, and when I got off the rapid, it was dark. It took so much time to get to work that, after the rapid fees and hours getting to and fro, I believe it all amounted to minimum wage.
At times I tried driving but could not stand the congestion of the traffic during peak hours. Then I had to park in this filthy employee lot that was far away from the hospital and employees were frequently robbed and/or assaulted.
You have all of the people from the college and the hospitals that it is nothing but chaotic down there. Never again!
It's attractive inside
Getting to work and low pay