Pros: partys at lunchtime, nice co workers, vacation days, overall just a very fun job to have for my first job, paid break.
Cons: lack of work towards the end.
A typical day at work I would ask my lead what she wanted me to do right when the shift starts. She would then put me in my designated area for the day since I did a lot of different jobs there, and I would work until my break, break was 30 minutes long so I would eat then go back to work for the rest of my day and finish up my job. I learned that some – more... jobs are very enjoyable, the Supervisors and leads treated me with respect and they helped me when I didn't know what to do, as did my co-workers. I learned how to assemble adapters, use a polishing machine to clean fibers so light can go through them, also I assembled ISI cables used in hospitals, I used a mantis to do visual on the fibers to see if they were dirty or clean, labeled materials and housed them, and packed the materials for shipping. the hardest part of my job was not getting hired on to the company because I really would have liked to. And the most enjoyable part of the job was that during break they occasionally had parties for birthdays and holidays so that was pretty fun when everyone would cook or get lots of food delivered for the whole building. Everything was good until the end of my stay when everyone got laid off for lack of work. – less