My "jobsite" is my home. My woodworking is for home repairs and improvement, plus "hobby" projects, mainly gifts for family members. I worry more about quality than productivity. Most of my projects are money losers, in the sense than they take far more in time, materials, and effort than the actual finished project would be worth on the open market. If you figure in the cost of power tools: Eeek! Still, there is a special value that comes from doing it yourself, and the appreciation from the recipient. Over the years, the tools will pay for themselves. They almost always do.
For most of the past year, I would have said the Bosch REAXX jobsite table saw is my favorite tool. I wish it had the power, table size, and precision of a true cabinet saw, but it does very well for me. I love the "gravity rise stand" that lets me store it in the garage; whenever I need it I roll it out under the back patio and set it up quickly.
Lately I have been enjoying a new-to-me Delta 890 bandsaw, which was solidly built in 1953. It is a joy to use. I bought it a few months ago.
The one thing I don't like about either saw is the time it takes to change blades. I assume it isn't any better or worse than on other brands and types of saws. I wish I could spend more time "doing woodworking" (whatever that means) and less time reconfiguring either saw with different blades. That's the way of the woodworking world, I suppose.