I may have just secured a job where I can be on third shift, listen to music, and not deal with people very much, eight hours a day, five days a week. It's repetitive, and my only partners in my workspace are machines.
Guys, I think I've found a dream job.
I'm an introverted night owl who likes her tunes and repetition is relaxing (hence why I place Minecraft) and I'll be working with my hands so I should be pretty content. I'm sure it's not that easy, I do actually have work to do inspecting parts from a plastic injection mold and marking them, but that actually sounds... god, this is gonna sound horrifically boring of me... that sounds like a job I can appreciate, a lot.
And even more fun, my Dad works in and supervises dispatch for the same company on the same property. That's really comforting for me because if anything goes wrong, 1) My Dad is close by, 2) he's going to receive the report, and 3) he's a retired police officer who knows what he's doing. So I'm gonna be pretty safe, all things considered.
I'm pretty sure Dad's reputation got me in pretty good with these folks at the company, especially the HR lady who's been super nice and patient. As long as my first proper meeting with them and my physical go well, I should be golden.