Pros: free lunch, tips, experience in the field
Cons: long distance and early start time.
A typical day at work was waking up early to prepare myself before the day began. I would make a list of things that needed to be ordered and then get assined to a co-worker for the morning. I have worked on putting up temporary lights and running wires amongst other things. Through my whole experience, I never had a problem with management they were efficient. When I started this job I learned how to interact with my co-workers and help them simaltaniously if need be. However I would have to say this was also the hardest part of the job on somedays, because I would be working with three to six people at a time. Either running errands or helping move material nothing was ever easy when you have multiple people working and needing asssistance. When I think about this job I can't say I have a "most enjoyable part of my job." Everything was different, exciting, new and I enjoyed all of it. This job helped me built on myself. As I try to move on to something closer in my field of study, I hope to gain more knowledge and experience.