That repetitive stuff seems like that is what takes it toll. I have alot of problems with repetitive stuff as well and I am pushing 54. Hope your able to get your shoulder taken care of and hope your employer does what they are supposed to. The easiest and best thing for you might be to make the transfer because switching to another job is a real pain. You sure have alot of burdens and I hope things get better for you. I have been struggling for so long I have not been able to put away for the future and that is going to bite me one day. I don't think I will be able to retire until the day I am not able to work, I sure do not see myself retired even at 67. And the scary part is that is less than 14 year away. It sure has added a sense of urgency recently trying to get back into a decent paying job. So many places do not want to pay and I don't see how so many low income people can even put a roof over there heads. Especially here in Southern California the rent is to high and cost of living is high as well. I hope it is sooner rather than later because this can not go on much longer. I do have to start over and my apartment will be alittle on the emplty side once I can get out. But hopefully I can find a place like the good will that might have furniture, like a table and sofa. But I will worry about that later. I thought about going back to driving a truck over the road but besides not wanting to live out of a truck 2-3 weeks at a time and having to exist on fast food on the road. There is being gone all the time and not being able to ejoy anything and the most important is child support services taking my license and I am not going to play that game again with a CDL. I have worked a number of jobs over the years. I have over 10 years of customer service, over 10 years of retail sales, over 4 years of being a commercial trailer mechanic, over 11 years of warehouse experience. I have worked as a pc tech, auto mechanic, trailer mechanic, truck driver, assembly line worker (55 gallon drums), order picker, parts driver, starter & alternator re builder. I build my own pc's and even rebuilt my own car (1969 Camaro). Unfortunately I don't have the Camaro anymore and am surprised I did not die when I crashed it. Never got it painted, never got the rims I wanted and the 12 bolt posi I wanted. Started with a stock 6 cylinder and took that out and replaced it with a built 350 small block and purchased a transmission from the neighbors friend who built it up. I miss that car!