Pros: nice atmosphere, great managers, staff, nice upscale location, pay was fine
Cons: seasonal, temporary work, projects vary and don't last long.
Working at Pearson was extremely refreshing and I met so many great people. The initial workplace was in an office building in a very upscale part of the city and everyone there was required to have a minimum Bachelor's Degree in order to score various testing. My Managers and Supervisors were the best,so nice and down to earth people, very respectful – more... of everyone, no micromanaging, they all just let us do our job, I could only wish more Managers everywhere did that. The environment was quiet so you could concentrate and focus but at break and lunch time you were able to socialize and get to know everyone and many people there had been scoring for years. The only downside was the work was only seasonal and the projects you were put on didn't last long; some only a few weeks to maybe a month or so if you were lucky and on every project you were put on you had to be re-tested again in order to score on another project.
Besides that there were no complaints, the positive thing is now you can actually work at home and score now, but again its seasonal and the projects don't last long, not enough to quit your day job unfortunately. Pearson is a terrific job to have if you don't like all the face to face type jobs dealing with customers or having Managers breathing down your back. – less