Service Technician, Bridgeport, NE - December 8, 2017
If you want to work hard in a rural area and be rewarded financially this is a great place for that. Typically work 9 hour days, often times more especially in the summer. The winter can get slow and your paycheck will suffer greatly for it. The managers don't care if you are struggling to pay bills because of this, though they're not bad people to work for. Just hard to make ends meet when there is no work on commission.