A typical day at work as a Package Handler was arriving at work, meeting with the manager of your work area along with your coworkers, clocking in, stretching, and being assigned a task to fulfill. Typically, this task was unloading delivery vans and placing the packages on a conveyor belt. After your task was finished, you would report to the manager and be either sent home or to fulfill another duty. The management was very friendly, in general. Though there are plenty of coworkers, Package Handlers typically work by themselves, unless one person finishes quickly. The hardest part of the job was lifting many, many packages of varying weights. The other hardest part of the job, for me personally, was being cut off from my phone. This was only truly hard because of the dull, bleakness of the warehouse. Not being able to listen to music definitely hindered my work experience/ enjoyment. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to work in other areas. One such example of an area of the job I enjoyed was called "tugging." What it entailed was completing a small test to qualify for a license to operate the machinery, then driving a small tugger, with multiple carts on the back, to pick up non-conveyables from the van area.