Great job overall
The work is physically demanding but relatively straightforward; it’s like getting paid to exercise. You’ll be trained to manage your own route with largely the same customers each week.
A typical day on route lasts about 6 to 8 hours plus the time to load and unload your truck. Once you get the hang of the job, time flies pretty quickly.
If - more... you keep your route clean and communicate with your customers and your manager, you won’t have any trouble. Plus the job is only four days a week, so you have a guaranteed three-day weekend to look forward to. - less
ProsFour day work week, great pay and benefits, get a workout while you’re on the job
ConsRepetitive, winters days are sometimes pretty tough