Cons: commission pay, training is rough
Basically, they look for young, unemployed, eager, naive adults and try to make them think this job is gonna make you all sorts of money. They weren't clear during the interview how the job was gonna be. It IS a commission based job. I was fine with that, but what I did not know is they don't help you find customers starting out. They basically tell you to call friends and family and try to convince them to set up an appointment, then if they agree, you give them a sales pitch. They also tell you to tell the customer that they're special, and the company pays for the system, but they can't tell anyone else, then everyone will want a free system. Well, guess what? EVERYONE gets a free system. So they tell you to lie to customers.
I went through the training. Three days of sitting in a cold room for eight hours listening to them try to convince you that they really don't care about the money and staring at walls so bright orange it hurts your eyes. You also get maybe one ten minute break, and forget about lunch. The chairs are super uncomfortable and the managers are rather rude. They tell you to call if you need help, and if you call and say, for instance, you don't know a lot of homeowners, they tell you to call friends, and then ask for their parent's phone number, and call them. There was one other employee I spoke to who even gladly harassed a family member over the phone for an appointment, despite the family member being confused and really annoyed. I was shocked. I'd never harass family members, even for a job.
Bottom line, there's better jobs out there.