Some High School


Paid by the Piece worker

I assemble small pieces of plastic to a slightly bigger piece of plastic.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
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Accomplishing Goals

Day to Day

Injection molding (a different section of my workplace) makes these small plastic boxes that are (after completion) shipped everywhere across the country. The plastic piece goes inside the inner structure of a house specifically to do with holding electrical wires and such. My job is to take the fresh parts, inspect to make sure it's clean and perfectly shaped, add barcode stickers, add screws and drill four tiny flap anchors on each one, box six at a time, pallet the boxes, repeat.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for everyone

I make enough in this position of job and my current position in life. I would not recommend my situation to anyone. Commission based assembly line work is a GREAT side hustle. However, I encourage everyone to work towards actual degrees and a lifetime career. In the meantime, work commission jobs if you think your work drive is compatible with it.


The Noise I Shed

From Society in General:

"There's an awful, untrue stigma that comes with not finishing high school or getting a degree. 'You're lazy' and a 'drop out.' 'You'll never get much further in life.'"

Challenges I Overcame

Physical Issues