Pros: Pay/ benefits, overtime always available
Cons: no life, heavy parts, rarely have weekends off
I was hired last year and trained for 6-2:30 they ask if you are available any shift but really they only want you to work night shift. Right after training I was sent to 3-11:30 shift but never left at 11:30. No other shift works until the work is completed, except this one. You may not leave until 2-3 in the morning. Weekends were mandatory, 3 Saturday's in a row, pretty much every month. If you want a job that pays well but you have no time for your kids, family or personal life, or to enjoy the fruits of your labor, then this is the perfect place for you. Be willing to sacrifice your family and life once you start!