Pros: company refused to hire anyone perminately even though they promised to do so.
Cons: new experiances, got to train new people, learned a lot of data entry skills.
A typical day at work for me was being crossed trained to work in many different departments. I integrated myself and myself as valuable as possible, I loved being able to do anything requested of me and helping out management as much as possible and learned as much as I could. I trained quite a few people and I learned how to test OS systems, how to – more... program part numbers, serial numbers, model numbers into a huge programming database called APD. I could also test the assets and entered in any and all information required. I started out in Quality Control, making sure that all private information programmed on any and all assets was officially erased, I cleaned assets and reset to factory settings and than boxed them and transported down to shipping. While there I also learned how to run their whole receiving department by myself and log incoming assets ontop of weighing all pallets and recording them in both our systems and corporate systems. There really wasn't anything hard about this job as I enjoy a challenge and adore learning how to do new things and making myself valuable to my company. The most enjoyable part was getting to learn something never every single day and implement my new knowledge into my job. – less