Pros: student staff, residents, mentoring, competitive environment.
Cons: couldn't feed my appetite at the time. should have taken my own advice.
Loved working there. Loved the energy, the challenge and the rewards for hitting goals and targets. I worked hard and I played hard. Chances are if you didn't like it, you weren't doing your job, or you were sitting there complaining to complain. Yeah, it was tough sometimes and I, like many thought I was smarter than everyone, but things are in place for a reason. I tried to stay the course and when I did I was rewarded. I wasn't afraid to push the envelope, but I also didn't shut down when something didn't go my way. It is a job, not your life, once you realize that, you will be fine. Sometimes you have to be patient-you are a piece to the puzzle, just because you are feeling froggy doesn't mean you are ready to jump into the next pond. Work hard, be a team player, and watch what happens. The company continues to grow and do great things. Embrace it and do what makes you happy or move on. Those on the outside looking in, have no hesitation if you work hard, be patient, and dare to be great, then this company is for you. If you are just looking for a pay check, well, you gotta earn the one you want and can live with. That takes time. Good luck and enjoy the ride.