Don't normally write reviews but my experience was so terrible.
Ignore the supposed times of the job and use the mandatory overtime hours. They're pretty much going to always be in mandatory overtime. Except for people first there in the initial data entry position you'll likely be required to work at least Saturday as well and possibly Sunday.
I can pretty much promise you, you don't want to be doing data entry at 5:30 in the morning.
The working spaces are definitely not ergonomic. The chairs provided are cheap and of poor quality. The computer monitors are definitely on the small side, as well as positioned very far below eye level. You do not want to spend 8 hours a day in this environment, let alone the required 10 hours.
You'll be getting license plates and entering their numbers and state from EZTag camera photos. Can be difficult to read which will slow you down. They want a minimum of 650 images per hour. That's about 5.5 seconds per image. They will come around and point out how fast you're going multiple times a day. Whatever the intent, the truth is it just creates a toxic environment.
If you're desperate for something short term, don't say you weren't warned.
Hours, environment, equipment, short breaks, mandatory overtime, negative effect on quality of life