Ignore the hatters, they will rarely be happy no matter where they are.
Ive worked in a lot of sector's, travel and tourism, food and beverage, sale and marketing, pharmaceutical sales, recruitment and human resources and I can honestly tell you moving to eBay was the best move of my life let alone my career.
You work on targets, this helps you stay motivated and challenged, if you care about making a service great for others then this is your company.
The benefits of working for eBay are next to none, health care life insurance and so many social events I've never wanted to be with my colleague more in any other company.
The pay is good, you have many incentives, but it's simple if you are a good worker, and are a valuable employee you are rewarded, if you are a person who wants to get paid for doing nothing this isn't your place.
eBay strives on satisfaction both for it's members and employees.
So if your looking for an excellent work like balance, a management and training team that want you to succeed and a company you can work in with out fear or worry then join. It's the best move you will ever make. And if you do join and your struggling, be smart and ask for help before you give up, be open to improvements and you will be climbing the career ladder in life in no time.
Out of office events, health insurance, career growth, yearly schedule with 8 out of 10 weekends off
Salarys aren't matched when you are leaving a company, so you might have to take a pay cut but with good performance, you will be making money in a less stressed enviroment I gurantee