Electrical Surgical Assembly Line Worker

June - August 2020 • Salt Lake City, UT

What I liked

I loved the learning experience about the manufacturing process and the products. Everyone was super nice and helped me pick up the tasks quickly, and were very understanding about my circumstances. I was really grateful for my time there, I enjoyed it a lot. I worked hard and learned pretty quickly, so they said that I could come back and move up in roles as I learned more information and took more classes, which I intend to follow through on. It was a fantastic experience, and I consider myself very lucky to have had it, especially during a tough economic time. Biomerics was a fantastic place to work, and I highly recommend the experience.

What I wish was different

I wish the hours had been a little more conducive to a more regular schedule. My shift every weekday was 7 am to 3 pm, and oftentimes I came in early to work some overtime, so I was clocked in at 5 am until 3 pm almost every weekday during the summer. Since I'd just graduated high school, I still had friends in town, and I still lived at home since the commute was close enough. I would get home around 4, but only stay up until about 7 because of how early I'd need to get up the next morning, so it was challenging socially. There was also a lot of sitting involved, and some of the tasks along the line occasionally hurt my hands. All in all though, these were easily overlooked and I managed to find enough time between work, family, friends, and healthy sleeping habits, and my hands always fine by the time I got home.


Be prepared to be a hard worker. It will open doors for you, and you'll learn much more quickly. It really pays off, and helps you find fulfillment in your assignments. Not to mention, your coworkers will be grateful for the dedication to completing projects and work orders.
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