I was in sales with the Fort Worth location, only about 3-4 months, i had to relocate for family reasons. This location in years past had lots of negative reviews, mainly high turnover with bad management. Over the past year they have cleaned house and I believe must have changed the style in the way they run the day to day operations.
You get paid weekly (that's nice) plus you can make commission on top of that. You need to know basic math and the rest is common sense, where insulation would be put in a new home. After a week or so of training it's pretty easy to figure out.
I received a few builders handed to me but I was there to sell and give the customer an insulation package they were looking for. There is lots of business to be had in the DFW area but it won't come to you, you have to go get it. If you're lazy, this won't work for you. If you're a go getter you can make lots of money. Just like any sales job, the longer you work at it....building relationships and getting to know the industry, the more money you can make.