Pros: cutting edge technologies, diversity, plethora of different work skills obtained
Cons: unreliable grant funding, no vacation days, non expressive office culture
Johns Hopkins held a professional work environment for me that served as an important transition between my academic background and my professional occupation. Though the work environment limited my ability to exercise my strength in social settings, I most enjoyed interacting with patients and others within the hospital/research environment. For me the hardest part of the job was working with the research group as they underwent changes in staff. The Hopkins workplace held a very sterile and straight forward approach to getting work done, though this was not always the most conducive approach for my personality type, I found the reliability in knowing what my responsibilities were to be assuring.