Pros: good people
Cons: draconian, ever changing, attendance policy.
A typical day was 8 to 10 hours of repair and assembly of cell phones, fine soldering, new hire assessment and occasional training.
I learned to solder, basic electronics troubleshooting, and how to work as a part of a larger workplace.
Management mostly promoted from within the company and was a great bunch of people to work for.
Co-workers came and went at a sometimes alarming rate, but the ones who stuck it out were the best of the best.
The hardest part of the job was maintaining focus toward the end of a 55-60 hour week.
The most enjoyable part of the job was watching someone you trained move up through the company and know you helped steer their early days.