A typical day at work started around 7:45, I would gather my supplies, bring them to my room and begin changes cages (feeding, writing health reports, so on & so fourth..) Occasionally I would have to leave my room to get more supplies or sterilize some for others. My day would end around 3:50 unless my minimum of 200 cages were not changed.
Working here I have learned how to work at a very fast and demanding pace. Also, since my position requires depending on others, I learned how to manage my time if I needed to help other technicians or cage washers in order to finish my work by 4:00.
Co-workers were very friendly, even while under stress we all worked well together.
The hardest part of the job was the endless demand of supplies, and lack of staff to help run the facility.
The most enjoyable part of the job was working with different types of people.