I wasn't with this company long, as the job I was doing for them was typical contract work.
Dealing with their offices wasn't hard, the people were friendly and accommodating.
A day at this job consisted of me driving all over Edmonton, St. Albert, Sherwood Park, Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, Nisku and Leduc, and collecting images for UBER's mapping project.
Through this job I ended up learning about areas of Edmonton and the surrounding towns I'd have never known of otherwise.
I was an independent worker, and had VERY little contact with other drivers on the project. The only one I generally spoke with was the person I was switching off with when my weekly shift ended.
The job wasn't hard at all. The hardest parts of it were just dealing with rush hour traffic, which is something countless amounts of people deal with on a daily basis anyway.
The most enjoyable part of this job was the fact I was working solo and only ever heard from the offices by phone when there was an issue, which was seldom.
Totally independent working environment
Long hours of sitting in a vehicle (up to 16 a day)