The industry as a whole is currently in a market correction. Therefore, there is the usual stress and uncertainty that comes with that.
The people are generally great to work with, and very helpful when they are able to do so.
Management tries their best to have an open door policy, and to train as they are able.
Learning the systems, obtaining more budgeting and forecasting.
Most enjoyable part of the job are the people, as well as what I'm able to learn.
The hardest part of the job has been watching the layoffs across the industry, as well as the amount of overtime required occasionally.