Pros: peaceful, trusting, encourages multitasking
Cons: no hands on assistance
During a typical day of work, I operated a radio station alone. This was done by monitoring a computer which displayed all optional songs, as well as many other tasks. For example, I'd have to consistently check the status of the control room and machinery for the station. I also took requests from callers and
I worked alone on this job so I never interacted – more... with any co-workers. I learned of course to work alone but also how to be confident and comfortable speaking to others through talking on-air.
The enjoyable part of this job was that I learned to trust myself and my decisions if need be. The more difficult part of this job is contacting help if an emergency occurs. – less