This is a great job for folks who are retired, but feel the need to keep busy. Don't count on it making you enough money to advance in life, but if you've got a pension, it can be a nice little supplement.
I've worked here for 5 years, now, and the only raises I've received were when the state minimum wage went up. Part time work confers no benefits, but full-time gets PTO and medical benefits.
The duties aren't terribly difficult, just deliver parts, stock the shelves, and try to look busy if the district manager comes in.
Cars are monitored on GPS, which can get irritating, but can also be in your benefit if someone else hits you or something.
I guess my biggest complaint about this job is not being paid enough, and my second biggest complaint is the other people on the roads.
Easy job, flexible hours