Typical Day: I would get picked up at 7am, driven to the warehouse where would be prepped for the day with out equipment and routes. I would then spend 14 hours pushing a 255 Lb machine through residential areas, trying to make sales at the door. The company did not provide water, food, or shelter. We would be "stranded" wherever they stationed us, until they picked us up between 9 and 11 at night. If we needed to use the bathroom throughout the day we had to knock on the door of a homeowner and ask to use their personal washroom.... Our income depended on our sales each day. I know some people got hundreds on a good day, but other times it was very dry. You could theoretically go without earning anything after that 14 hour day. Very strenuous.
Got to converse with a lot of people, paid daily in cash
Long hours, no scheduled breaks, no access to amenities, get rejected at the door