Pros: made my own schedule, worked on my own most of the time so i was only accountable to the clients.
Cons: lots of driving gave me a blood clot, this is what put me in the hospital and took me out of this job.
On a typical day I would call clients to schedule service for the day. I would pick up parts that would be needed for the day at UPS. I would then drive to the various clients homes or businesses and troubleshoot their desktop and laptop computers to find out what was wrong with them and then replace components and put them back together thus fixing the problem.
I learned great customer service skills, company relations and more about computers and fixing them.
My boss was a great boss and my co-workers were helpful. Sometimes because of time constraints or driving distance my co-workers would trade jobs with me so that we could both have easier days.
The hardest part of the job was the learning curve, but once I had been in it awhile I had it pretty down pat. I still do not like all-in-one computers. I would much prefer a laptop or a desktop to work on.
The most enjoyable part of the job was customer satisfaction and the feeling of a job well done.