Preloading (putting packages on trucks or carts for the truck drivers) is more interesting to me than unloading (taking inbound packages off the trucks), but can be frustrating when the packages are thrown down from the other half of the line and when the Android-based scanner decides not to work. It is difficult to set and keep a sleep schedule that works for the 3:30-8:00a shift. A significant part of orientation was how to survive a workplace shooter, even before general safety or how to load and unload packages. The hardest part of the job is by far the schedule. Some of the packages are extra-heavy as well. The best part of the job is the satisfaction of getting the packages to the truckers so they can deliver them to the people (or pets, in the case of boxes from Chewy.com) that they are being sent to.
job is somewhat interesting
schedule, working 4½ hours a day or less means no breaks, "full-time" people work two part time shifts