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Depends on whether or not you know what you're doing. You need to be able to work quickly and efficiently and think your way thru a problem. Job is best for someone with reset/retail experience. You have to take time to read instructions before starting assignment. Sometimes the instructions are very detailed or confusing and you rely on your experience to get it done quickly. This is not a good job for entry level merchandisers as most assignments you work alone. You will only get a few hours training with another rep then you are on your own and the next is likely not the same as you did with the trainer. You have to be able to figure it out by reading the project instructions. I have 30 years experience and I think it is easy work and get most of my projects done in less than alloted time. If you're disorganized and chitchat while working it's going to take longer. I do wish they had a better training program because of the wide variety in what we do, a few hours on one project doesn't really train the newbie in all we do.


We would work 10-12 hours a day


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