A typical day at work varied, based on project needs. Some days it involved technical editing, data analysis, audio recording and processing, or Beta product review.
I started as an analyst, but as other opportunities presented themselves, I was able to be apart of and learn other skills and provide technical support as required.
The management staff that I worked under, were excellent in working interactively with each other to accomplish a project.
The co-workers, similar to the management staff, had a work-dynamic that allowed for a fluid cohesiveness to support the accomplishment of a project.
The hardest part of the job, was watching the contract prospects dwindle, and not being able to do anything about it, thus resulting in me being "Let go due to lack of work."
The most enjoyable part of the job involved my co-workers, the projects that I got to participate in, learning new skills, and making a difference, by creating high quality products for members of our armed forces. This was something that I wanted to be apart of while I was in the military. My dream was to be apart of the company that produced these training products and make them better. I got to do that, and then some. Unfortunately, the economy as it is, is not conducive to more projects at this time.