Great benefits and decent pay with depressing work/life balance.
Pros: the money is literally decent. its great if you worked minimum wage (obviously)
Cons: No life, never know your days off till day before, dont know what time you will be off, 12-14 hour days
Its technically a great job as far as job security goes. There is room for advancement. They do reimburse you for school. However, if you go into route sales, you will NOT have time to go to school. You will be working 60 hours a week. It sounds great if you are money hungry, but there is a formula in place that when you pass your first 40 hours (your salary is at 40 hours per week), then you get a small amount per every hour after. Lets just say that the variable rate of pay for each additional hour of overtime is created by a formula and may equal to as little as 10 bucks an hour. Essentially, you will be working much more than 40 hours and that will average out your "hourly pay" to 15 bucks an hour. if you dont work overtime, you only work 40 hours but its like if you make 20 dollars an hour. You wont have a life in general. You will definitely not have a life when you start off as relief for the first few years. You dont know your schedule till the end of the week. they often dont tell you your schedule till the day before they have to. this means that the work week starts on sunday, and they may tell you on saturday that you work sunday and have days off during the week. that is an example. also, you work 12+ hours a day. if there is a problem on your day, which can happen every day, then you can work 13,14 or even 15 hours a day. You dont have a certainty if you will even be off in 12 hours. you dont have time to advance because there is no time to go to school. its sad. thank you.