If you're applying for a job as a feeder, you should probably make sure that you read the job description carefully. That's because a feeder can be someone who works at a farm and feeds animals. However, there are also machine feeders that work in factories! If you like animals, you can work as a feeder on a farm. If you prefer a less fragrant work environment, the job of a machine feeder might be for you.
If you were a machine feeder, you would work in a factory and help ensure that the production process keeps going by putting all necessary equipment or materials into the machines. Your exact duties would differ depending on the type of machine you're working with or the materials you are helping manufacture.
Whether you're an animal feeder or a machine feeder, physical stamina is important since you'll be spending a lot of time on your feet. A college degree is not nearly as significant-in fact, only about 12% of your colleagues would have one.