After the invention of manufacturing factories during the Industrial Revolution in 1820, there was a demand for assembly line workers. This demand is still relevant today, as many companies require workers to produce components of larger items through assembling smaller parts. For example, Ford Industries uses assembly workers rather than robots to put together parts of their cars in the factories.
Assembly workers are expected to be alert and active, constantly working to put together the required pieces correctly. These workers are required to meet specifications about what assembled products should look like and are responsible for inspecting each piece that they create to maintain high quality. Be prepared for a fast-paced work environment that requires a lot of concentration and dedication to hard work.