A exciting new experience if you still live at home with parents and have no bills or family to take care of.
Pros: i have been trained in explosives, medical emergency and extensive safety training. i also obtained my class a cdl with haxmat.
Cons: only 32 hrs a week and high insurance with little pay and not much room for advancement
32 hours a week and on call 24/7 a week. I do not mind being on call, but the pay is not worth the dedication and hard work i have and continue to give them. my wife and i are expecting our first child and i need 40hrs or more with good benefits and pay for the effort and dedication i offer and give everyday. My current employer cant give me that. My co-workers are young and inexperienced in hard labor. My supervisors lack the leaders ship needed to get my other co-workers to follow them and the hardest part of the job is when i get my check and see that after all the hard work and dedication i put in week in and week out i have nothing to show for it.