It was tough trying to run the 17 locations I was over with a wage that was below the market other similar firms would offer, but that is partially because it was such a big territory. I don't know if anyone realizes this, but they are franchises where people have to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to the corporate office just to have the right to be a franchisee. That being said, the lower wage of the district I was in made it difficult to get enough people to work. All other things, the job was pretty good, lots of driving for 17 stores, but the people were great. The tax school was a nice addition to conduct. The owner was nice and fair, just wish the hourly rates could have been higher to get more workers in the door.