Pros: good earnings, most rsrs work at least 50 hrs to get their routes and all the paper work done each week, but if your smart you can make some money
Cons: some times the only feedback you get is negative from management, when you do not hit targets, and you may not have as much control over the results of your efforts.
As an RSR on a route you are challenged to grow your sales dollars year over year with specific targets. You are accountable for your waste, so you can't just sell, it has to be the right product amounts in the right account. You are challenged to efficiently so you can service all your customers in a timely consistant manner. You are rewarded with – more... good commisions and great benefits. You are your own boss to an extent, you still answer to a manager but you are on your own in the market. During the holidays you may work an 80 hr week to accomplish your targets. The pay check is your reward. – less