Let's face it, every job has its downs, so I won't speak on that. To be truthfully honest, it was a great learning experience. You are basically your own boss. You are dispatched from home, you have a company owned vehicle (no cost to you), you are provided a handheld to work off of, gas card, and you don't have to pay for your equipment (basic tools, drill, auger, satellite dishes, Directv receivers, etc). The more jobs you close, the more money you make (it's piece pay). You can also become a travel tech and go to other cities and work (extra pay each work order of course), even though it's piece pay, you can still get paid for overtime when overtime is approved.
Work by yourself, Everything needed is supplied to you, Directv account is the steal of the century.
Warehouse could run short on equipment, rookies hardly see big bucks, long hot days during summer, when its slow....ITS SLOW