Production Coordinator, Manufacturing Advice

Q: What is it like working as a Production Coordinator, Manufacturing?

Production Coordinator, Manufacturing in Waco:
"Finish school sooner."
I should have gotten a degree sooner so that I can move up quicker.

Production Coordinator, Manufacturing in New York:
"Stressed and need a new job."
Pros: Honestly, just the people. The people make the job worth going to.
Cons: Everything else. The pay is too low for a job where everything goes wrong and you are expected to put out fires left and right.

Production Coordinator, Manufacturing in Elgin:
"I would like to see if there better pay for what I do."
Do not verbally agree to anything make sure is clear in the contract and do not believe in any promises that that are not in writing.

Production Coordinator, Manufacturing in Coldwater:
"I like it."
Pros: I like that it's close to home.
Cons: I feel I am undervalued.

Production Coordinator, Manufacturing in Griffith:
Pros: I love my jobs flexibility.
Cons: There doesn't seem to be any respect for each other and what they all do.

Production Coordinator, Manufacturing in Tyrone:
"Challenging and Enjoyable."
Pros: Minimal Supervision, work can be challenging, highly involved with many aspects of company operations.
Cons: Classified as an "Exempt Salaried Employee," often work 50+ hours per week with no overtime pay, lack of employee recognition by top level management, feeling underpaid and overworked, poor end of year bonus, highly stressful, long commute.

Production Coordinator, Manufacturing in Cedar Falls:
"Organization is key, and communication."
Try to communicate, learn from others, and organize your project, and time.