Working Durable Medical Equipment was an easy paced job without much training. After learning how to repair equipment, document paperwork, sell products, deal with hospitals, and clean and maintain products, the job became quite repetitive and boring.
The location in which I worked was nice, although it became too boring for my personal taste and it felt like I wasn't making much of a difference in my line of work. There was a limited pay ceiling.
The pros to this job would have been a somewhat freedom of a typical desk job while dictating your own routes when things got done. The pay was reasonable but little to no benefits, nothing to support a family on (20kish) and at times, there was a lot of customer service nonsense.
The mom & pop environment was nice; my supervisor was reasonable and to me, a wise human being. I'd recommend this job for anyone who likes to deal with Geriatrics, light physical labor, driving, and dealing with the elements.