This was requested in the chatbox. It's a factory career which focuses on all the different types of jobs in and around a factory. There are no chance cards completed. If you run into a blank chance card, just ignore it out. The career reward is a putting green. Below are the job titles and descriptions. Enjoy!
Someone has to keep the factory clean, and that person is you. You will be sweeping the floors of all the extra papers and materials that fall from the conveyor belts, dusting, and cleaning bathrooms. Be sure to improve your cleaning skills in order to suceed.
Assembly Line Operator
You have a fancy title like "Assembly Line Operator", but really you're just putting together products and sending them down the line. This is a very monotonous job, but at least you're bringing in an icome.
Customer Service Representative
You will be answering calls that come in to the factory regarding anything about the products and services that the factory offers as well as any information about hiring and product supply. You need to work on your charisma skills at this stage.
Factory Security Guard
You will be work late hours. It's your job to protect the factory from anyone who would want to tresspass or steal from the factory, or commit any crime near the factory during the time that the factory is closed. Work on your body skill at this stage.
You will be testing several products offered to you by the factory. You will also be taking some products home to test yourself. You serve a very crucial role to the factory because you are one of the first few people to ensure that the factory's products are working and safe for consumers. If not, it's back to the drawing board.
You will be using your people skills you picked up as a customer service representative in this stage. You will be answering calls, filing paperwork, setting up appointments, and scheduling interviews and meetings. In order to suceed, you will need to improve your charisma skill.
Assembly Line Manager
You are now an Assembly Line Manager. It is your job to ensure that your workplace is running efficiently and productively, and that everyone is happy. You are reporting to the board of directors weekly with any suggestions and concerns that may arise in the factory workplace.
You are in charge of 5 factories in the area. You file reports daily brought to you by department heads that you bring to board meetings to discuss anything that needs improvement in the factory. You have a lot of people working under you. You must show them you can handle any problems that may arise in a timely and dignified manner.
You are really working your way up in this career! You are now a regional supervisor. You are in charge of dozens of factories, and have thousands of crew and employess all looking up to you. You really know how to step up to the plate and make important decisions about business by now.
The buck stops here. You have made it to the top of your career. You meet with department heads weekly to discuss anything of importance about your factories. You are run by with several ideas in these meetings, but ultimately the descion is up to you alone. You want to do what will be the most cost-effective, and customer friendly for the best interest of the company.