Working at Hamilton teaches you job related multi-tasking (FCC rules prevent further detail). As a captioning assistant your job is to provide telephone captions for the deaf and hard of hearing community. A typical day at would be showing up, clocking in, getting to your desk and sitting there for eight hours.If you are a "people person" this job is NOT for you!! You are, however, given two paid 15 minute breaks and one unpaid 30 minute lunch. The co-workers are friendly, while the supervisors are not. The most enjoyable part of the job is not having to interact with people, the worst part is being in a high school like environment among supervisors and CA's.
Free health care, good pay, minimal work
High School Environment, Attendance policy, Hard to advance