Pros: paid medical benefits and 401k programs, ability to work in a small office with no micromanaging required, the chance to learn a whole new aspect to my career, ability to work with all kinds of people in the trade.
Cons: the long, lunchless days, no appreciation, no sufficient compensation, the stress of having to deal with tense management, working directly in construction projects that are occupational hazzards.
It was a great fresh start for me joining the 60 Hudson team, as years went on it became more clear that there was no real advancement and although i was treated with immense respect, compensation is not common and now very necessary. I put in almost 9 loyal years and typical work day is extremely busy and demanding, handling all the Administrative – more... work between just two people in the department. You can see from my resume the work, that is required to keep the office functioning. – less