Pros: great potential for money. the people you work with on your level are great to converse with.
Cons: that potential for money requires you perform extra hard, the next time around, you basically move the bar around on your own, no matter how good you are, if you have a good year then, the next year goals are extremely hard to reach, management here gets pressured with unrealistic goals
The only career there with any way of advancement is starting off as a manager. There are dozens of management positions and only a handful of grunt based positions. Easily overwhelming. If you don't like fast paced work that requires you to swallow you're morals and kiss a lot of butt, management and customers alike, you're in for a world of hurt. – more... If you can sell like no other, this is a good spot to be in. If only there were more staff, there wouldn't be issues regarding coverage when anyone calls in sick. As it is, one person down, you'll definitely feel the load and pressure. Also, you'll get burnt out really fast at the PDX location. Haven't seen much else outside this location to compare to. – less