If you can handle the physicality of the job, this is a job where you can do your time, get paid far better than almost anything else at this education level, and collect your retirement at the end. It will not challenge you intellectually. The good supervisors are often handicapped by short-sighted middle and upper management. Communication from management is very poor, often making changes in policy very confusing. In the end, all you need to do is show up. Once you gain enough seniority to make career, you get better pay and benefits. If you can slog through, it's not a bad living.
great pay for education level, excellent job security
lack of leadership from management, physically taxing, intellectually dull