I've learned a lot at Kyocera and gained a lot of experience which is usually the main thing that I look at when I start a job. It's a very hard job (especially in the area I work in) but a job that's easy isn't really a job as my dad says. Over the past several months, however, I've realized that the jobs effects on my health and body are surprisingly severe. I have also since learned that the area I work in is the only area in the whole company that has not had someone to properly retire in. They have all went out on medical leave due to injuries to the wrist, hands, shoulders, backs and necks; all things that are the most affected in the kland job.
Great benefits, great experience.
Only having 4 days off a month, having to work about 50-70 hours a week & the health problems it causes