Assistant Project Manager, Construction Reviews
Q: What is it like working as an Assistant Project Manager, Construction?
Assistant Project Manager, Construction in Marysville:
"I like working in Marysville because I live in Marysville."
Pros: The commute, close to kids daycare, everything 15 minutes away.
Cons: Traffic is getting pretty bad, there's a pretty bad drug problem these days and lots of homeless.
Assistant Project Manager, Construction in Houston:
Pros: Busy market with exciting jobs.
Cons: It is farther a commute than I would like and I don’t feel I am getting my worth.
Assistant Project Manager, Construction in Gainesville:
"Not a lot of funds as an employee but constant career growth."
Pros: Career Growth.
Cons: Lack of pay.
Assistant Project Manager, Construction in Madison:
"I enjoy the working out of Madison."
Pros: I enjoy the number of restaurants, parks, libraries, and activities the city hosts. The relationships between contractor and both suppliers and owners are rarely confrontational. Madison is also a very affordable place to live.
Cons: The city culture is not as progressive as I would like. Sustainability is not an emphasis. Walkability isn't wonderful. The lakes around the city are beautiful, but the city itself isn't.
Assistant Project Manager, Construction in Bladensburg:
"Casual place of work with some flexibility in schedule."
Pros: Casual atmosphere, no micro- management, educational in regards to construction, flexible with scheduling.
Cons: No benefits, low raise expectations.
Assistant Project Manager, Construction in Littleton:
Pros: Basically my job has unlimited overtime and that is a definite plus unless you to the point where Uncle Sam wants to indulge on your taxes.
Cons: I am always tired and I can never finish your project because it seems that I am always being pulled onto a new one.
Assistant Project Manager, Construction in Tallahassee:
"How many Hours are spent on computer."
Learn as much as possible about the work done in the field.