In my last technical support position with Edina, I did not have a routine day. In supporting approx. 125 computer users, machines and software, there were times I didn't get my coat off before I was called to troubleshoot a problem. That also ended up being the hardest part of the job because at the end of those days, I had nothing tangible to show for my time.
I was paid to participate in numerous technical classes through TIES and learned many new skills that I could apply to my job.
The work atmosphere, at times, was challenging.