It was fairly mundane working there. Colleagues generally seemed to gradually lose their sense of passion and innovation.
The atmosphere was very 'corporate'. A lot of time ends up being spent dealing with bureaucracy and not on your actual work.
The salary was fairly low.
Overall, it wasn't the worst place to work - the people were fine (although some had a bit of a superiority complex) and we were given some freedom
My typical day is approx 10 hours. I have learned proper fault finding techniques. I get on well with management. I work well within a team envirnoment and perform well as a team player. The hardest part of my job is which problem I fix first, meaning I cant be at everybodys assistance at once. Fixing a problem and making the staff happy.