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Based on 143 responses, the job of Production Specialist has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.58 out of 5. On average, Production Specialists are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Production Specialist?

May 2016
"Feast or Famine."
Production Specialist:
Pros: Little supervision. Physical work. Pride from creating a product. Alternating responsibilities and tasks. Opportunities for overtime.
Cons: Inconsistent work load. Mandatory overtime. Often understaffed. High-stress in busy season. Uncomfortably slow in slow season.
November 2014
"It is different every day and involves a lot of multitasking."
Production Specialist:
December 2014
Production Specialist:
Pros: I like working with files, and on the off chance I get to create something I like that.
Cons: The company does not care about the employees, even if they work hard and are innovative they don't show that appreciation.
August 2015
"Video Production Specialist."
Production Specialist:
Know how to do everything. If you can't do a project from a to z on your own, then keep learning. Know your cameras, lighting, software, hardware. Be precise on every little detail and then help others on your team by showing them all the ins and outs so that you're all more successful.
October 2015
"This is one job I wouldnt get rid of in my life."
Production Specialist:
Pros: I like that the more I work at it the more I get out of it.
Cons: The pay is not going to cause me to quit.
January 2014
Production Specialist:
Pros: Training people how to use the software.
Cons: Designing on the software.
March 2019
Production Specialist in Berkeley:
Pros: Different people to interact with.
Cons: Hours and upper management