Cons: not very upfront with what your job really entails
As an installer you typically fly to a job sight, go through the drawings and equipment list and then schedule tasks. Once you execute the installation and commission the system, you train the client on how to use the system and then fly to the next job. In downtime between jobs, you find yourself working in the warehouse either staging or doing typical warehouse duties such as packing boxes and shipping items. The hardest part of my job was being away from home so much. Yet, the most enjoyable part of the job was also the travel aspect with being able to see so many different places. The members of the installation team are some of the greatest people to work with and the manager is one of the best I have had.