Energetic, steady paced.
A typical workday consisted of grabbing whatever projects were placed by the station. Clocking in, and working on them. You clocked in and out of every job, putting everything together in accordance to the accompanied blue prints. When things were going in the beginning, there was plenty to work on.
Downside is when things slow down, people get layed - more... off. I was the bottom of the totem pole, so I was let go. The hardest part of the job was learning a new print. Which was also the funnest part of the job, it's always interesting to look at the new prints you haven't seen. Co-workers were gene ... - less