Working at Track5Media | Unexpected Outcomes

I’ve been working as a digital marketing intern at Track5Media for almost a year now. It’s been quite a ride, to say the least. While I knew that I’d walk away from this internship with useful marketing knowledge, there are some results I wasn’t anticipating. I’m sure other employees will agree, there are quite a few unexpected outcomes of working at Track5Media…

Unexpected Outcomes of Working at Track5Media

1. A newfound appreciation for truck drivers

I know some of you may be thinking, “what do truck drivers and Track5Media have in common?” Well, considering that one of our websites is a trucking job board, the two go hand in hand! I’ll admit, before I started working at Track5Media, I hated having to share the road with big rigs. I thought they were inconsiderate drivers who thought they were better than everyone else on the road. However, after working with AllTruckJobs.com and its podcast BigRigBanter, I have a lot more respect for truck drivers. From writing trucking blogs to listening to interviews we’ve done with truckers, I’ve gained all sorts of exposure to the trucking industry. Working at Track5 definitely disproves the misconceptions and stereotypes you hear about truck drivers!

2. Wanderlust from working on our travel job boards

Not only does Track5Media operate a trucking job board, but we also run several job boards for traveling healthcare providers, like travel nurses and doctors. Needless to say, working on these websites gives some of us serious wanderlust. Considering the fact that the furthest west I’ve been is Pittsburgh, I’m really itching to travel the country after seeing all the attractions that different states have to offer.

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3. Weight gain

I’m half kidding about this one, but it’s hard to resist the temptation to snack all day when our break room is full of yummy treats. Every month or two, Aarin, our executive administrator, goes on a Costco trip and picks up all sorts of snacks for the office: Jimmy Dean breakfast sandwiches, chips, yogurt, popcorn…the list goes on. I’ll admit, I’m tempted to grab a snack every time I walk through the break room to use the bathroom.

4. An addiction to LaCroix

I’m sure you’ve heard of LaCroix: that fancy, flavored sparkling water that’s all the rage right now. The fridge is usually stocked with it after our Costco run, but we go through a case of it in the blink of an eye. Personally, I’m convinced that there’s some sort of additive in LaCroix that makes it addicting. When I first tried it, I took one sip, nearly gagged, and dumped the rest of it down the drain. Then, I started craving it and began drinking at least one can a day, and I have friends that have had similar experiences. Weird, right?

5. Becoming a bookworm

A lot of the employees at Track5 are readers, and we’re always chatting about our latest reads. Thanks to coworkers, I’ve read books that I never would have chosen to read otherwise, and I loved them! Even better, we recently started a Track5Media Library! We built a few bookshelves, and everyone contributed some of their favorite books for others to read. It’s a “take a book, leave a book” type of thing!

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6. Making new friends

The awesome people are one of the best things about working at Track5Media. Everyone is very close-knit, but we have no problem making new employees or visitors feel right at home. Also, we have plenty of chances to get to know each other and hang out outside of the office through fun company events and outings. This year, we’ve gone to happy hours, Hersheypark, The Works in Wyomissing, and more! We also have occasional in-office lunches and parties where we all take a break from working, sit around a big table, eat food, and chat.

There you have it! While there are some unexpected benefits of working at Track5Media, I’m sure most of us wouldn’t have it any other way!

Interested in joining the team? We’re hiring! Check out our open positions.

Author: Track 5 Media

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