Good but can be competitive. Tends to be a divide between permanent staff and contractors depending on the area you work in.
Terrible. If you are a contractor even with skills in the specific job then be prepared for silent treatment until you become a full time employee. Most people can't even read an engineering drawing. People are likely to get upset when you point out jobs are being assembled incorrectly. Everyone is that stressed in their jobs that they have no time to help when you need it. You will be asked to do things you shouldn't do even if it's against their own policies. The company is more worried about where you park on the car park than the build of the job. There is no direct line feed so be prepared to wait 3 hours for parts of parts are missing or you break a seal for example. Overall you get treated like dirt. But you can overcome this because the money is good. If you end up working there try to get into military. If a pandemic happens again its likely commercial airlines will suffer most.
Its depressing. So many people have been off with work related stress though nothing changes.
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