If the differences section of your flight manual is "thicker" than the systems section.
Pretty sad? I know many people who would voluntarily hack of vestigial body parts to have this as a first job. The funny thing about the list is that pilots who have had these jobs, and there aren't many who haven't, can go down the list and say "yeah that pretty much sums it up".
Unless you fly freight for UPS, Fed Ex, Atlas Or Challenge this is about says it all. We have captains that fly in undershirts and shorts. There are people in this business who believe unproffesionalism is an olympic sport and their striving for highest podium.
I've been in the simulator doing training flights with new hire F/0 who ddin't know what entry to use when entering a published hold. I've had captains start engines while I'm still doing my preflight walk around. You meet all sorts in the lower end of the business. You just have to remember never to lower your standards, and conduct yourself in a proffesional manner. This is only a stepping stone for most. The other 15% are the ones that can't go anywhere else for one reason or another.