Second shift paint booth operator.
I learned how to operate lots of tools and equipment, and it was my first experience reading and applying blueprints.
Management was excellent, however due to both of my parents working there I was laid off by my supervisor the day that they passed new rules about family working together, even though management had exempted me from the rule. Later on he was fired for falsifying time records for the employee that took my place, who was his friend.
My co-workers were extremely helpful and hard working for the most part, and great people.
The hardest part of the job was that I seemed to be allergic to the paint, and would get an itchy rash all over my body every day.
The most enjoyable part of my job was being great at it, and all of the compliments I received daily on the quality of my work.
Paint gave me a rash.