It is a job.
Whitlock doesn't really care, but it isn't to the point where it's ultra detrimental, as most people work in small teams on location. The downside is when it comes time for promotions, raises, and other considerations, the people making those decisions have little-to-no contact with the employees they are making these decisions about. The job was - more... not hard and it was decently compensated. Nothing too awful, nothing too great. It was just a job. - less