Pros: lots of work to be done
Cons: lots of work to be done, dangerous by nature
At Micron its work hard from badge swipe to badge swipe. I learned quite a bit in Fab support. Its a unique environment as you interact with every module so you learn a little about all fab processes from implant to CMP which gives you a leading edge over a Fab tech who only learns their respective module. The management team while I was in the team was rather dynamic as it was during a ramp, it changed often and restructured often, all together it wasn't bad still. Not much room for advancement at the time as it is a small group. Hardest part, chemicals, it's a dangerous job, abatement in itself is hazardous but it makes the job exciting, but at the end of the day you always get to leave with the feeling of I fixed something.