Manufacturing Worker Reviews

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Based on 283 responses, the job of Manufacturing Worker has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.54 out of 5. On average, Manufacturing Workers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Manufacturing Worker?

June 2019
"Stressful, unorganised work process, lack of support."
Manufacturing Worker in Melbourne:
Pros: Doing work at my own work station
Cons: No permanent job station since i was moved to other department
August 2020
"It’s your fault."
Manufacturing Worker in Kingston:
Pros: The pay is good and also the benefits are fairly priced.
Cons: Whatever goes wrong, it’s the workers on the floor who did it.
July 2017
Manufacturing Worker in Peoria:
Pros: Its been my home for all if my life.
Cons: Im looking for something new to leave this state.
December 2017
"I work in Sherman, Tx. Didn't see it in the list to choose."
Manufacturing Worker in Dallas:
Pros: I like working compressed work week where we work 12 hour shifts, 3 days one week and four days the next.
December 2017
"Decent Traffic and Great Benefits."
Manufacturing Worker in Brighton:
Pros: You don't have the crazy traffic that you have in Denver rush hour. Small town so everything is pretty close by.
Cons: Small town.
March 2018
"Good."
Manufacturing Worker in Bowling Green:
Pros: Decent work, great pay and people.
Cons: Mandatory overtime.
November 2018
"Bad."
Manufacturing Worker in Tamworth:
Pros: nothing
Cons: low wage