Working for them I could improve my English, pay my bills and get some money savings that allowed me to leave it after 1 years and 9 months to drive full focus in finding I job that matches my expectations to build a successful career in Ireland, regardless the position, even internship.
There is a hard work, multi task, busy and fast paced environment.
Besides the improvement of my English, I could learn a little about Irish culture and their consuming habits and made many good friends among my colleagues.
No complaints in general about the management.
The hardest part was the long distance from my home and the job itself, that is completely apart of my education and previous work experience. The most enjoyable was spend good time with my workmates, sharing culture and improving my overall knowledge about people all over the world, this is fascinating.
Spend time with people all over the world
Super hard and poorly paid work