Some places, it'll be a 9-5 job, other places will be 24-7 operation and you'll do shifts.
In a lot of roles, you'll be trained for a particular type of task with a particular machine, and you'll do roughly the same task day-in-day-out. That could be quite boring and repetitive, or you might find it comforting to always know exactly what you're doing. In other roles, you might be trained on many different machines, doing many different tasks.
I've worked with machinery since I was a teen, and I'm 65 now. I started as a machinist and now design large automation systems. I have a great working relationship with operators, technicians, engineers and management. This is an obvious career choice for someone like me. If you like a little challenge, like to tinker, fix things and build, it might be good choice for you as well.
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