To keep it short, the money for being a recruiter or "CPS" as they like to call it, was actually very good, all things considered. However, you can do and do and do your hardest, meet their call volume, get X amount of drivers scheduled per day like they want you to, and then whenever they get disqualified for something on their criminal, job, or driving history or they don't show up to orientation, your numbers will tank and put your job at risk. There are quasi-constant changes going on that even to some of the long-time management don't understand the rhyme or reason. Just a word of warning, do not go in expecting an all around nurturing environment. As a recruiter, you're not in charge of your future, and surely don't expect any advancement opportunities.
Paid Time Off Week One, Paid Holidays, Wage+Commission
Bad Management, No Advancement