Pros: i enjoyed working hard, and felt accomplished at the end of every night. this was a very rewarding job in that aspect.
Cons: this job was hard work, work that a man should be doing, a job that is hard for a woman to do.
A typical day included me grabbing end panels, frames and gluing them, and then stapling them, sliding it down the line, then jumping down to the next position and putting the back on the cabinet. At times I would have to get on the saw and cut the parts I needed for the cabinet. At other times I would hardware the cabinet, this included drilling the holes for the doors and putting rails in the cabinet for the drawers and adding any instruction booklets or packets the cabinet called for. Other times I would have to hinge the doors and get them ready to put on the cabinet, and put the heads on the drawers and then also put them in the cabinet. I was responsible for getting cabinets out of the floor that were missing parts, so that they could be completed and put on the truck. I was in charge of what they call the clean up crew, this was my responsibility to get any cabinet that was ship today out the door.